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Meaningful Metrics in the Workplace: Using Nature Inspired and Analytic Typologies to Design Organizations

Employers are struggling to attract, engage, and retain a workforce on account of antiquated hierarchical organizational models and workplace designs that stifle diversity, creativity and innovation. Further, employers are failing to leverage the intrinsic and accessible motivators that exist within their own personnel. There’s a need for adaptive organizational structures and workplaces, particularly in organizations with NextGen workforces geared towards outcomes that require a high-level of cognitive thinking, collaboration, and purpose alignment. stok, Plastarc, and Biomimicry 3.8 have partnered to enable mission-driven organizations to authentically manage human capital and tap into what uniquely motivates their workforce. By taking a holistic and biomimetic look at governance structures, company culture, and the physical workplace, they are redesigning organizations for success in the modern economy using nature-inspired models from living systems theory, community ecology, evolutionary biology, and more. This session will examine how Organizational Biomimicry uses a personalized, multi-stakeholder engagement process to redesign organizations for success in the modern economy as nature would.

Burke Pemberton, PRINCIPAL, STOK

Jolene Goldsmith, DIRECTOR OF HR AND OPERATIONS, STOK

Nicole Hagerman Miller, MANAGING DIRECTOR, BIOMIMICRY 3.8

Melissa Marsh, FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PLASTARC

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