Organizational Effectiveness


Strategy & Culture - Inspiring. Improving. Innovating.

       A virtual three-part series through 2021 

Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting is excited to host the 3rd Annual Georgia Tech Organizational Effectiveness Conference as a virtual three-part series, kicking off in January 2021.  This virtual experience will feature keynote speakers, leadership panels, breakout sessions and networking opportunities designed to educate and enable participants all at career levels to work more efficiently and effectively.  The multitude of events of 2020 has forever changed our lives: beginning with COVID-19, the ensuing economic crisis, ongoing racial injustice and civil unrest, all driving a wave of change. These events have exposed new issues and challenges as organizations have adopted remote working practices, struggled to keep workers engaged, grappled with budget cuts, and performed work in radically new ways. This year's conference series will examine and present the latest insights and strategies based on the following three themes: 


 2021 Organizational Effectiveness Conference Series
Part 1 - Inspire Part 2 - Improve Part 3 - Innovate
Friday, January 22, 2021 Spring 2021 Fall 2021
Inspiring people to build and thrive in their communities.  Improving processes through organizational alignment.  Innovating with technology to adapt to changes in the workplace
Benefits of attending:

Fresh Perspectives - Gain fresh points of view from a broad range of speakers, from both Higher Ed and Industry, that will share experiences and inspiring stories to help you shift your perspectives and deepen your understanding of how you can better implement OE principles in the new normal.

‚ÄčComprehensive Learning - Learn through one of the three tracks – leading individually, leading teams, or leading enterprises - which will meet attendees at every stage of their careers and provide a full range of educational experiences.  

Extraordinary Networking- Connect virtually with other professionals who share similar goals and challenges through casual 1:1 networking and small group breakouts on a range of topics such as Covid-19, DE&I, and more.