What do you do if you want to start a business avoiding bossy atmosphere and classical hierarchies? In this workshop, you will learn more about reorganisation possibilities and find the right structure for your business idea, which will allow constant development and exchange.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this course will be facilitated online using a mixture of daily live-sessions and guided tasks to be completed.
Naturally, we start with small ideas. The idea has the potential to grow, and you find the right people to bring it into life. You might feel that direction and framing are needed, but you don’t want to act bossy, especially when friends are involved. On the other hand, you also don't want to create a pyramid hierarchy that slows down your creativity and cooperation.
What to do if we want to start a business without that bossy manner and classical hierarchy? It is about bringing something as meaningful as useful to the world. Rather, we want to cooperate and our business should be able to grow. Together.
We want both a lively, open culture with space to evolve and grow and professionalism with a focus on results. Combined with a high degree of autonomy for the individual and at the same time working together on the same goal. What do I have to pay attention to when I want to set up a purpose-driven organization?
In the workshop, we will share proven approaches with you, show you what (didn't) worked for us, exchange ideas, and learning together.
Artists, young professionals, and social entrepreneurs are welcome to participate in the course. Participants should be curious, open-minded, willing to collaborate with others, and passionate about their field of expertise.
Please send us a short mail in advance, that outlines your motivation for participating in the course.
Jeong Hong Oh is a co-founder of Dark Horse Innovation, specialising in design thinking, service design and start-up thinking. Jeong Hong has consulted several startups and companies on developing business strategies as well as implementing new solutions in innovation projects for clients like DHL, Volkswagen and Bayer. He also enjoys developing new culture hacks in the business context and testing them.
Andreas Hertel, who is an Agile Coach at Hypoport AG, is fascinated by the symbiotic interaction between people and organisation. He works based on agile principles as well as the human-centered conscious interaction with omnipresent transformation and brings comprehensive practical expertise in the area of people and team development – covering both personal and organizational aspects of new work approaches. Currently, Andreas ist supporting EUROPACE AG, a subsidiary company of Hypoport AG, with their transformation into a living self-organised company.