Future Work Skills in Denmark
Danish University & Humantific
We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Denmark, building an internal team of Strategic ChangeMakers. Next week the Humantific Academy team lead by Elizabeth Pastor and Janet Getto will be teaching skill-building workshops at DMJX in Copenhagen and Aarhus.
Rising complexity and continuous change are impacting every industry including media, communications and journalism. Getting out in front of the various change curves is no easy task for any organization. The bumpy, uncertain future, full of challenges and opportunities, is arriving faster than anyone anticipated.
Trine Nielson, the visionary new Dean of DMJX, is a wonderful example of a leader proactively building internal future oriented changemaking skills among her faculty leadership team.
This is Part 2 of the skill-building program that we began last year with the faculty of DMJX, a rockin group to work with!
Public Session: Humantific Open Challenge Framing
In addition, Humantific will lead a free public session on Open Challenge Framing Feb 22 in Copenhagen. This hands-on public workshop is geared to business leaders seeking to learn adaptive strategic challenge framing skills. Being able to create challenge constellations with diverse constituents is a powerful tool for all FutureReady leaders to master. The power of Humantific Open Challenge Framing is that it is assumption-free framing applicable to highly complex fuzzy organizational and societal situations.
Today many in the marketplace are focused on ideation and rapid prototyping but are you working on the right, best challenge? Join us for this 2 hour introduction session to Humantific Open Challenge Framing. Understanding that time and resources are often limited, we focus on what should happen before ideation and implementation to ensure you are on the right track. This is a hands-on learning-by-doing session where we will practice adaptable process skills and tools, including building a universe diagram and a challenge altitude map.
GO HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE FREE PUBLIC SESSION UPCOMING IN COPENHAGEN:
What is DMJX?
“The Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) was formed in 2008 by a merger between the Danish School of Journalism and the Graphics Art Institute of Denmark. Located in Copenhagen and Aarhus, the institution is the only place in Scandinavia that covers the whole media sector and provides design and content to the media industry (journalism, photojournalism, graphic design, interactive design, creative communication, TV and media directing and media production and management) through a wide range of Bachelor and Master’s degrees, diplomas and courses.”
For more information on Humantific Academy and our various skill-building programs send us an email: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com.