Schedule

Basecamp

Our basecamp agenda over 3 days is designed to give you the fundamentals of Enterprise Design practice, along with models, patterns and tools to put it to work in your work environment. With five two-hour sessions, it is designed for ambitious design and architecture professionals from around the world.

In order to accommodate various time zones, each of the five sessions will be held two times along the European day of the organising team:
in the morning (evening in Oceania, afternoon in Asia),
in the early afternoon (early morning in America's East Coast)
in the late afternoon (late morning in America's East Coast)
in the late evening (early morning in Oceania, during the day in the Americas).

Starting from Core or Fundamentals, we will guide you through two sets of Patterns, and finish with a session on the Enterprise Design Starter Kit.

All times are in Central European Time (CET)

Basecamp Day 1

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

  • Enterprise Design Fundamentals
    The principles behind a holistic and systemic Enterprise Design approach. A bit of history, some theory, and notable cases of applied design work.
  • Enterprise Design Core
    Designing with the facets that make or break enterprises as ambitious endeavours. Navigating challenges and creating a solution space.
  • Patterns I
    Common challenges faced by any Enterprise Designer on their journey to impact, and a set of repeatable patterns to tackle them.
  • Patterns II
    Enterprise Design patterns related to stakeholder engagement and behaviours, content, maps and models, and design and architecture practice.

Basecamp Day 2

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

  • Enterprise Design Core (Repeat)
    Designing with the facets that make or break enterprises as ambitious endeavours. Navigating challenges and creating a solution space.
  • Enterprise Design Fundamentals (Repeat)
    The principles behind a holistic and systemic Enterprise Design approach. A bit of history, some theory, and notable cases of applied design work.
  • Starter Kit
    Using the Enterprise Design Starter Kit to run discovery scans, co-creation and validation sprints, making enterprise maps and reusable components.
  • Patterns I (Repeat)
    Common challenges faced by any Enterprise Designer on their journey to impact, and a set of repeatable patterns to tackle them.

Basecamp Day 3

Thursday, November 12, 2020

  • Local Campfires - Australia and New Zealand
    Locations will be announced soon
  • Patterns II (Repeat)
    Enterprise Design patterns related to stakeholder engagement and behaviours, content, maps and models, and design and architecture practice.
  • Local Campfires - Europe
    Locations will be announced soon
  • Starter Kit (Repeat)
    Using the Enterprise Design Starter Kit to run discovery scans, co-creation and validation sprints, making enterprise maps and reusable components.

Summit Day 1

Friday, November 13, 2020

  • Local Campfires - US & Canada
    Locations will be announced soon
  • Welcome
    Milan Guenther, Wolfgang Goebl, Guro Røberg
  • Keynote: Jeff Gothelf, Founder, Sense and Respond
    Forever Employable
  • Break
  • The Umami Strategy
    Aga Szóstek, Author of The Umami Strategy
  • Master Class: Design Leadership
    Katharina Koberdamm, Design Leadership Lecturer & Consultant
  • Beautiful Artefacts, Beautiful Organisations
    Marion Desclaux & Denis Pellerin, User Studio
  • Sparking Creativity in Enterprises
    Anna van der Aa, Digital Strategist & Visual Facilitator
  • Refuge Panel
  • Influencing Change Through Architecture
    Lyronne Rangan, Digital Business Architect, Woolworths
  • Master Class: Facilitating with Enterprise Design Patterns
    Jean-Sébastien Daigle & Eric Letarte
  • Systems Thinking in Healthcare Interoperability
    Joanne Dong, Principal, JDStream
  • Business Architecture
    Whynde Kuehn, Founder and Managing Director, S2E Transformation
  • Break
  • Keynote: Bruce Mau, Founder of Bruce Mau Studio & Co-Founder of Massive Change Network
    24 Principles for Designing Massive Change

Summit Day 2

Saturday, November 14, 2020

  • Welcome Back
    Dennis Middeke, Partner Enterprise Design Associates & Guro Røberg, Strategic Design Director, Designit
  • Keynote: Naomi Stanford, Author of The Economist Guide to Organisation Design

  • Break
  • Architecting Empathy in a Crisis
    Heidi Beets, Strategic Management Consultant, Capsify
  • Master Class: The Milky Way Enterprise Map
    Annika Klyver, Partner and Business Architect, IRM Sweden
  • Making visible the invisible: designing and prototyping companies transformation. A project in between the pandemia.
    Ilaria Monterverdi & Alberto Gangemi, Kopernicana
  • Remotely together. Leading from Afar
    Alexander Glowacki, Global Business Planning Lead & part of the Nordic Leadership Team, Designit
  • Refuge Panel
  • A Framework For Impact Through Design
    Holger Eggert, Strategic Experience Designer, Levelgreen
  • Master Class: Communicating Enterprise Design to Executives
    Whynde Kuehn, Founder and Managing Director, S2E Transformation and Mike Rosen, Chief Scientist, Wilton Consulting Group
  • Even small local non profit organisations can profit from using Enterprise Design in reframing their purpose
    Bartek Balewski & Henryk Klawe, Founders, TGTH
  • The Digital Architecture of a Green Organization
    Wolfgang Goebl, Architectural Thinking Association & Gerry McGovern, Customer CareWords
  • Break
  • Keynote: Hayley Hughes, UX Manager for the Polaris Design System, Shopify

  • Conference Close
    Milan Guenther, Partner, Enterprise Design Associates