Category > Business Management > Organisational Intelligence in the Public Sector
This workshop provides a broad survey of the state of the art, and explores a range of practical opportunities for holistically increasing the intelligence of your own organisation and its ecosystem. You will learn:
Richard Veryard is a systems thinker and technology analyst based in London. He has written widely on business and technology innovation, including books on information modelling and management, software economics and the component-based business, as well as a great many research articles and reports on such topics as business modelling, service-oriented architecture and enterprise architecture. He has taught courses at City University, Brunel University and the Copenhagen Business School. He is currently the Director of the Next Practice Research Initiative, and he can be followed on Twitter as @richardveryard.
This workshop is run by the Next Practice Research Initiative in association with UNICOM Seminars Ltd. It is also available as an in-house workshop.
“The workshop in December was extremely valuable and as a result of the experience I was able to place some of the organisational development issues we’re facing at Durham Constabulary into a different context. We’re currently faced with a major restructure including a re-think about our approach to organisational intelligence. I’m involved in scoping the requirement for a new directorate which pulls together all of the elements involved in managing our intelligence processes. The workshop helped me to more clearly understand the scope and scale of this challenge and the corporate implications across all of our service areas.” - Paul Unsworth, Durham Constabulary
"Do you care if your organisation is intelligent? If you do and are in UK, attend one of Richard's seminars on organisational intelligence." - Carmen A. Medina former CIA Director for the Center for the Study of Intelligence
"I found this course to contain a high density of interesting, useful and new ideas from a teacher who has some depth. I would recommend it to people interested in improving their organisation." - Tom Gilb, Teacher, Author & Consultant