On Friday June 26th, Causeit CEO MJ Petroni and consultant Jessica Long moderated and presented at Rebel Jam 2015. Rebel Jam is a 24 hour webcast organized by Corporate Rebels United, Rebels at Work, and Change Agents Worldwide.
Smart innovation relies upon information and collaboration to steer it in the right direction, and innovative organizations need to be great at exchanging ideas and opinions among their own departments as well as with their customers and strategic partners. Feedback loops are a straightforward way to invite, collect, and broadcast collective wisdom and put it to good use making better stuff in smarter ways.
Causeit's Principal, MJ Petroni, will be facilitating an interactive PurpleBeach Talking Heads session on the future of leadership and teams. We'll be going through an exploration of feedback loops in three important pillars (teams, clients and industry) and then will collaborate in breakout groups for a quick challenge: how can you create a useful, cost-effective and sustainable feedback loop in under 90 days?
Causeit is proud to participate in @petervan's Corporate Rebels United. We first met Peter Vander Auwera in his work with @innotribe (a Causeit client), and are glad to support his work of helping the corporate rebels and misfits of the world find the best way to apply their brilliance to pressing global issues.
Causeit will be speaking as part of Corporate Rebels United's 24-hour Global Rebel Jam, on the topic of how to prepare organizations for the transition from hierarchies to networks, build feedback loops and cultivate the business case for empathy. Causeit's Principal, MJ Petroni, will be speaking from 2:30-3:00 PT; login and registration details are below, along with some context from Corporate Rebels United.
Curious about the shift from hierarchies to networks? Have big ideas about what leadership will look like a new economy? We are too. We were honored to be invited by @innotribe of the @swiftcommunity to speak @sibos, the annual international banking conference, on just what leadership might look like. Here's a preview of the session while the full film is being produced: