Back to Basics:
Facilitating Engagement in
Modern Work Environments
Terri L. Griffith
Emma Nordbäck
John E. Sawyer
Ron E. ...
Workforce Premise
Employees
Non-
Employees
Workforce Premise
Employees
Non-
EmployeesWork Design
Leadership?
Three R’s and a D
Relationships to City Labs,
Social Media Privacy &
Lists…
But First,
Do Non-Hierarchical
Design Features Matter?
Social Facilitation
and the
Beginnings of Social Psychology
1986
“In the last chapter of our 1980 book on work redesign, we made
some predictions about how work would be designed in the f...
Substitutes (Compliments) for
Leadership
Feedback from the Work Itself
Technology Support
Workplace/Context
Knowledge to W...
Our Quest
Are these results sound or have we missed
something? If sound, I think this is a big deal.
We will have a second...
terri.es/1gabIhp
CityWorkLife project funded by Tekes
and our Universities
Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments
Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments
Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments
Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments
Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments
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Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments

  1. 1. Back to Basics: Facilitating Engagement in Modern Work Environments Terri L. Griffith Emma Nordbäck John E. Sawyer Ron E. Rice terri.es/1gabIhp
  2. 2. Workforce Premise Employees Non- Employees
  3. 3. Workforce Premise Employees Non- EmployeesWork Design Leadership?
  4. 4. Three R’s and a D Relationships to City Labs, Social Media Privacy & Lists…
  5. 5. But First, Do Non-Hierarchical Design Features Matter?
  6. 6. Social Facilitation and the Beginnings of Social Psychology
  7. 7. 1986
  8. 8. “In the last chapter of our 1980 book on work redesign, we made some predictions about how work would be designed in the future— and we got it exactly wrong…. …[in the future] less concerned with the properties of specific jobs and more with ways of exploiting technological advances to help self- managing individuals and teams efficiently coordinate what they do in pursuit of collective purposes.”
  9. 9. Substitutes (Compliments) for Leadership Feedback from the Work Itself Technology Support Workplace/Context Knowledge to Work Independent of Supervisor
  10. 10. Our Quest Are these results sound or have we missed something? If sound, I think this is a big deal. We will have a second organization of less sophisticated employees soon. How might we do this globally with both employees and independents? (which gets us closer to answers for basic education)
  11. 11. terri.es/1gabIhp CityWorkLife project funded by Tekes and our Universities
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