In the Media
CIH Good Practice Compendium
The Chartered Institute of Housing Welsh Housing Awards shortlisted Jo Carter's project with Valleys to Coast, which was then published in the Good Practice Compendium.
On page 12, Joanne Thomas of V2C talks about the project to create a set of tenant personas to help the organisation to put tenants at the heart of what they do.
Channel Shift Camp
Esko talks about the shift to the connected age at Channel Shift Camp in November 2015. Catch his 15 minute talk here.
Wuthering Bytes Conference
Esko presented "How to ride a paradigm shift when no one knows what's on t'other side" at Wuthering Bytes Conference in September 2015. You can catch his 40 minute presentation here.
Culture Change in the Midst of Paradigm Shifts
Esko presented "Culture Change in the midst of Paradigm Shifts" to the Institute of Internal Auditors South West Annual Conference on May 14th 2015. See the full set of slides here.
Christian Payne aka @documentally was in town and popped over to Satori Towers for a coffee and a quick chat. Wherever Christian goes there usually follows a trail of media artefacts, this time a lovely little audioboom of a chat ranging from international rescue to culture mapping, have a listen.
Satori Lab delivered this event on behalf of the Deputy Prime Minister's Northern Futures Project. Working with our friends from So-Mo we employed design thinking to stimulate a new kind of debate about economic growth in the North.
Run over the course of 1 day, 20 people drawn from across the city region pitched 4 ideas to government about how we might create an economic power house in the north.
In September 2014 The Satori Lab organised and facilitated GovCamp Cymru, the first Government Unconference in Wales. It's an event where we discussed, created and innovated – looking at how technology, new thinking and public services can improve society. The sessions were scribed and can be viewed here.
Culture Hackers with the Ideas to Help your Organisation Cope with the Winds of Change
Organisational change will require soul-searching and a willingness to embrace fundamental changes to the ways things have always been done, according to change management business The Satori Lab.
With public sector budgets under continued pressure, the search is on for public sector organisations to find more efficient ways to use their stretched resources.
One business set up in January believes it has a way to help them do just that. But it will require some real soul-searching and a willingness to embrace fundamental changes to the ways things have always been done.