ON THE MARK’s Managing Principal, Mark LaScola, will present alongside professors from some of the world’s top-ranking business schools in this year’s Organizational Design Community (ODC) Annual Conference in Chicago. This year’s theme is The Intersection of Organizational Design and Industry Dynamics. As the designated practitioner presenter, LaScola will share his expertise from over 27 years of organization design consulting. The session, Ecosystem Design and Boundaries of the Firm, focuses on issues within organization design regarding managing platforms and ecosystems.
The 2018 ODC Annual Conference will take place at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Chicago on August 12, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. LaScola will present during the Ecosystem Design session between 10:15 AM to 12:15 PM on the same day. The conference is open to both members and non-members of ODC.
The Organizational Design Community is a global community of scholars, professional practitioners, and organizations devoted to developing organization design. The community serves as a platform for members to collaborate on current organizational problems in society and businesses. Since its inception in early 2012, the ODC has grown to include over 200 members. Valuable contributions to the international community include comprehensive journals and professional conferences.
As an active member of the ODC, LaScola also recently gained recognition as a Certified Organization Design Professional. The Certification program for Organization Design Professionals (CODP) is a new venture in partnership with the ODC, European Organisation Design Forum (EODF) and Organization Design Forum (ODF).
For more information on the ODC Annual Conference 2018, please visit the event webpage.
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