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The Redesigning and Redefining Work Summit (RRW) is an INVITATION ONLY summit at Stanford University to present new and innovative research and generate dialog among diverse perspectives to create a new platform for the design and definition of work for the twenty-first century.  The RRW Summit will bring together one hundred and fifty top academic researchers, corporate leaders, policy makers, and media representatives to set a research-based agenda for redesigning work.
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Friday, November 8 • 2:30pm - 4:45pm
Panel 4: Implementing change

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Implementing change
How can we create and sustain organizational changes to the structure and culture of work? How can these change benefit both businesses and workers?  This panel will discuss attempts to redesign the structure of work, highlighting both the challenges and the successes. 


Panelists
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Eric Severson

SVP Global Talent Solutions, Gap Inc.
Eric Severson is Senior Vice President of Global Talent Solutions, responsible for enterprise talent management for Gap Inc.’s 135,000 employees, including strategy, total rewards, technology, performance, engagement, development, organizational effectiveness, and recruitment. He also oversees HR for Gap Inc.’s business in China and the Growth, Innovation and Digital Division. Before entering his current position in 2013, Eric was... Read More →
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Hannah Valantine

Professor of Medicine; Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Leadership, Stanford School of Medicine
Dr. Valantine is a Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and the Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Leadership at Stanford School of Medicine, a leadership position to which she was appointed in November 2004. In this role she has developed innovative approaches to faculty development, leadership and diversity. She is nationally recognized for her transformative approaches to diversity, and is a recipient of the NIH Director’s... Read More →
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Leslie Perlow

Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership in Organizational Behavior, Harvard Business School
Leslie Perlow is the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership in the Organizational Behavior area at the Harvard Business School. She currently teaches Authentic Leadership Development in the MBA program and runs a doctoral seminar on the craft of qualitative inductive research. She recently published a new book, Sleeping with your smartphone: How to break the 24-7 habit and change the way you work.  Professor Perlow’s research... Read More →
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Phyllis Moen

McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair and Professor of Sociology, University of Minnesota
Phyllis Moen holds a McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair and is Professor of Sociology at the University of Minnesota, arriving there in 2003 after twenty-five years as a professor at Cornell University where she held the Ferris Family Chair in Life Course Studies.  She received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1978.  | | Professor Moen co-directs (with Erin Kelly) the Flexible Work and Well-Being Center (located in the... Read More →

Introductory Remarks
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Gina Bianchini

Founder and CEO, Mightybell
Gina Bianchini is an expert in creating communities of interests online and in the real world. She is the founder and CEO of Mightybell, the first community platform built to support networks of groups.  Before Mightybell, Bianchini served as CEO of Ning from its inception in 2004 to March of 2010. Bianchini serves on the board of directors of Scripps Networks Interactive (NYSE: SNI). She also serves on the Advisory Council of the Clayman... Read More →

Friday November 8, 2013 2:30pm - 4:45pm
McCaw Hall, Stanford Alumni Center 326 Galvez Street, Stanford

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