Designing Organizations for Digital Disruption

Webinar Leadership Series | Episode 1

Session Date: April 10, 2018 | View Recording

Technology is rapidly disrupting how we interact and work. As a result, our organizational structures are becoming outdated and need to be more agile to respond to these shifts. Justin Ferrell, an experienced educator and creative practitioner, will explain how we can learn from digital user behavior to design creative and agile teams that enable the organizations. This human-centered approach is the foundation of expert Justin Ferrell’s approach to building organizational and team change.

In this Leadership Series episode, we offer attendees information and thought-provoking insights on designing organizations and teams for digital disruption:

Justin Ferrell
Creator, collaborator and educator

An experienced teacher, facilitator and creative practitioner, Justin has led innovation sessions for prominent organizations including Colgate-Palmolive, Dow Jones, Facebook, Fidelity Investments, Google, HP, Infosys, Nedbank, NRK, SAP, The Aspen Institute, The New York Times, The United Nations, the U.S. Department of State and the World Economic Forum. He also teaches execu­tives at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has worked with executive education programs at Aalto Univer­sity in Finland and EGADE Business School in Mexico. The former director of digital, mobile and new product design at The Washington Post, Justin also teaches graduate courses in design thinking and organization design at the Institute of Design at Stanford (“the d.school”).

Learn more about Design Thinking from Duke CE and Justin Ferrell or view other episodes of the Duke CE Leadership Series.  

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