How can we structure an organization so that it keeps up with the complexity of its environment? Many of tomorrow's organizations (or is it today's?) will have decentralized activities, based on many different contributors in and out the organization itself. Products and services will need to be continuously adapted, giving organizations a strong entrepreneurial feel. Workers will seek short or long-time project engagements while keeping a strong affiliation to one or more communities. Can we still talk about organizations or should we talk about networks or communities? What changes does that entail? How can traditional organizations be inspired?
Some organizations are already ahead of times and experimenting with the most innovative forms of operating. Come meet them! Lab.coop from Hungary, Faircoop from Spain, and Esnpiral from New Zealand (and beyond) will introduce their model before discussing them.