International Dynamic Collaboration Master Class

A groundbreaking introduction to how employees can learn to think and act together in a different way. On 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29 of October from 15:00-18:30 CET/9am-12:30 EST, by Jan De Visch.

This six half day-day Master Class not only inspires you to look at work in a completely different way, it also offers numerous practical tools to work with teams and change processes in a different way.

The Dynamic Collaboration approach is based on the growing complexity with which companies are confronted. The confluence of different technological and market developments pushes functions and roles to evolve at an unprecedented speed and puts collaboration structures under pressure. This creates a great deal of uncertainty for individual employees, as well as in the collaboration. More than ever, thinking and acting together (collaborative intelligence) is needed.

The Master Class is aimed at professionals who are looking for solutions to provide clarity to employees in how their roles are evolving, how they can come to transparent agreements, and how they can prepare themselves for the future of work.

The Master Class deepens the insights from the most recent book by Jan De Visch and Otto Laske. We zoom in on the five key conversations to learn to think and act differently and more integratively in teams. For this purpose we also provide two toolkits: one that helps you to design work differently, and one that helps you to map out the interpretation patterns of employees. They form the starting point for a different human capital management and change approach.


The Master Class takes place in October 2020 (13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29th ) and is organized in three consecutive weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays, each time from 15:00-18:30 CET / 9am-12:30 EST.

You can register via THIS LINK. Then you will receive the Zoom links for the sessions on the different days.

The participation fee is 2000 Euro (incl. VAT).This includes the participation material, the Re-Thinking toolkit, the Landscape of Identity Questions toolkit, and the role-profiling toolkit.