Juliet Scott and Coreene Archer explore our relationship to data in an ISPSO Professional Development Workshop.
18th June: 1pm-6pm
The approaching change of the General Data Protection Rules has promoted a lot of discussion in organisations about what is done with our data. We all share information about ourselves, our views and our organisations in ways that we sometimes don’t take notice of. In a workshop to be offered at the ISPSO Conference in Dublin this June, Juliet Scott and Coreene Archer will explore our relationship to data and what we see and know about ourselves and each other.
The overall aim of the workshop is to work dynamically with film and other recording devices to deepen understanding of our own and organisational responses to information and the collection of data. The workshop will be experiential, drawing on the practice-based approaches used to teach systems psychodynamic consultancy and change at the Tavistock Institute.
This also includes ongoing work to explore aesthetic philosophies of organisation through the integration of social science with the arts and explicit use of visual and other arts-based methodologies and sciences such as experimental ethnography and complexity.
The workshop design includes dialogue and space for reflection and we expect that you will leave the workshop with some new knowledge of your own, the group’s, the organisation’s, the wider ecosystem’s anxieties, defences in relation to an expanded set of definitions and possibilities around working with data and information and with some questions on the implications on your own consultancy practice.
Find out more about the workshop.