November 10–14, 2020
This is Intersection20, the 7th global conference about Enterprise Design. We bring together a global community with the shared ambition to design better enterprises. Join a virtual learning summit along with your peers to discuss and discover how we achieve this.
As we tackle the global crisis, one thing becomes obvious: we need better enterprises, now more than ever. To do more than just survive; to deal with disengagement, to repurpose capabilities and find new opportunities, to avoid irrelevance and build resilience.
Beyond the next startup, product or project, this is about architecting enterprises that pursue a purpose, perform to deliver on their promises, and establish and maintain good relationships with their customers, staff, investors, and other actors. We aim to innovate and transform enterprises and their ecosystem relationships, across public and private sectors, and with actual outcomes at scale.
How? This is our topic at The Great Summit. We will climb together to the peak of current enterprise design practice: first familiarise ourselves with the essential equipment during the Basecamp Sessions guided by seasoned designers, then begin two intense days of Climbing, being inspired by leading thinkers and getting real during case study sessions and the masterclasses. After our descent, we’ll apply what we learned in our own environments and share it at our Reunion.
INTERSECTION20 will take place over 5 days in November.
Join a small group of ambitious climbers to prepare for a big leap in their design and architecture practice. Learn to use the next generation Enterprise Design Toolkit. Our sherpas will guide you through the various facets of large scale enterprise change, and will share practical methods for how to navigate this challenging terrain.Register
Join one of many local Campfires across the globe to meet your fellow climbers and the larger Enterprise Design community. Enjoy a talk from one of our sherpas or local Enterprise Design practitioners, and mingle over a beer. If you cannot join in person, there is a virtual campfire too.
This is it! We launch the expedition and climb to the Summit of the enterprise mountain. Watch keynotes from high profile speakers, learn how to apply Enterprise Design in case studies and masterclasses from practitioners, and discuss your challenges in depth during fireside chats.Register
After a week of reflection and some experimentation, we come together again to discuss how to apply Enterprise Design in our teams, projects or environments.
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Boost your own and your team’s strategic design skills to use design for enterprise-scale innovation and transformation. We invite speakers who are at the forefront of the industry, leading inhouse or consultancy side design teams, and running ambitious initiatives to make enterprise change happen.
Experienced practitioners will explain how to bring cross-disciplinary creative and conceptual techniques into real-life projects and programs. Tools and techniques taught in our master classes integrate topics of customer experience, product development, business transformation, and enterprise capability building.
It does not matter what your professional background might be. We are a diverse community of Enterprise and Business Architects, Service, Product and Experience Designers, Systems and Design Thinkers, Transformation and Change Strategists. Join a worldwide network of Enterprise Design practitioners, blending our perspectives and sharing insights.
Watch the videos from Intersection20.
Forever Employable, How to Stop Looking for Work and Let Your Next Job Find You
The Digital Architecture of a Green Organization
Gerry McGovern & Wolfgang Goebl
Reflections on the Pattern of Leaving
Designing Systems for Human Impact