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New article: Reinventing a 125yo company - People and patients first

New article: Reinventing a 125yo company - People and patients first
By Jurriaan Kamer • Issue #33 • View online
I’m excited to share with you my latest article. A case study of the work we have been doing with Roche Pharmaceuticals.
A couple of highlights:
  • Transforming a 125-year-old organization in a regulated industry like biotechnology can seem difficult to achieve, but it is far from impossible.
  • The change was co-created with the people in the organization. It was participatory from the beginning.
  • The new organization is built on three types of autonomous, self-organizing teams with different time horizons.
  • We share the new work practices that helped enable the new structure to work: team charters, 90-day outcomes, action meetings, retrospectives and Integrative Decision Making.
Read the article on LinkedIn or Medium. Curious to learn more? Hit ‘reply’ to get in touch.

People and Patients First: How Roche BeLux is Reinventing Itself
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