Join Us for Culture Design: Mapping Company Culture

XPLANE has joined forces with Culture Labx to participate in their Culture Design Series. The Mapping Company Culture workshop is part of series at General Assembly that showcases a variety of models in culture design: visual thinking, brand strategy, positive psychology, experience mapping, and more.

Through an XPLANE led, hands-on workshop you will learn the basics of Visual Thinking and then apply them to create a culture map that brings the unique features of your organization to life.

Culture design is challenging—it really does take a village. We encourage participants register as a pair. You can be co-workers or friends. It doesn’t matter, we just think it’s more fun with a partner.
 

The Important Details
Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Register here


About the Instructors
Stephanie Gioia is Director of Consulting at XPLANE, a Portland-based design consultancy that helps large organizations clarify, communicate, and achieve their goals. Prior to XPLANE, Stephanie worked with IDEO envisioning the future of design consulting and in process and organizational design roles in the financial services and energy industries. Stephanie holds a bachelors in history and government from Georgetown University and MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Stephanie is passionate about building design tools for practitioners through her work at XPLANE, Deckaholic.com, and as a professor in the Collaborative Design MFA at the Pacific Northwest College of Art.

Kathryn Jarrell has 14 years in communications and design and has been helping clients with strategic planning, visioning and change communications since joining XPLANE in 2007. She currently resides as VP of Operations at XPLANE and oversees the Employee Experience function as well as Program Management. She is a passionate advocate for culture as a key foundation in creating a great place to work.

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