|Keynote Sneak Peek|
The Business of OD:
Positioning Ourselves for Continuous Impact
As we prepare for the start of the 2016 OD Network Annual Conference, we recognize the tremendous leadership we have within our OD community. As OD professionals, our members make a continuous impact within the diverse projects they collaborate on. Through their professions, they understand OD and strive to bring unbroken value to their clients. Within the field, OD professionals are making an impact and will continue to build on that impact year after year. We look forward to bringing our community together in Atlanta, GA. from October 7-10.
This year, we would like to share a preview of what you will experience in the session If the U.S. Census Bureau's Economic Programs Directorate Can Transform, So Can You!
TRANSFORMING THE ECONOMIC PROGRAMS DIRECTORATE
U.S. Census Bureau
The Journey to Date
By: Marian Moriarty and Joe Jockel
What you will get out of the session:
The Economic Programs Directorate from the U.S. Census Bureau has pulled off the biggest and most complex change effort in the Bureau's history. This 1400-person organization of economists and statisticians designed and implemented a new matrix-based structure and laid the foundation for major process improvements and cost reductions. How? Our session will explain. Joined by the leader of this organization, client Bill Bostic, we will use exercises to place participants into the shoes of the organization's executives and its two external consultants and ask them the question What would you do? Bill will then describe what he and his organization actually did after each exercise.
Joe Jockel is a Principal in the Human and Organizational Systems Department in MITRE’s Center for Connected Government (CCG). He has over 23 years of experience assisting organizations to align people with changes to strategy, processes, and technology.
Marian Moriarty is a Principal and Group Leader in the Human and Organizational Systems Department in MITRE's Center for Connected Government (CCG). She has over 25 years of experience consulting to organizations
Bill Bostic is a statistician and has been the U.S. Census Bureau’s Associate Director for Economic Programs since April 2011. He oversees operations of the Census Bureau’s Economic Programs Directorate. He serves as the adviser to the Census Bureau Director and Deputy Director on economic statistics programs and provides counsel as to the scope, quality, content and methodology of economic statistics programs.