Digital Workshop Series
Monthly workshops for creative bureaucrats
You asked, we listened. We want to offer you more room for deeper exchange and opportunities to connect with fellow public problem solvers beyond our yearly live festival.
The Creative Bureaucracy Festival is extending its yearly events with the new Digital Workshop Series in 2022. The series starts with four partner-run workshops that deep dive into creative bureaucracy approaches, strategies and methods.
On the first Thursday of every month, starting from 1 September 2022, one or more of our partners will be sharing inspiring impulses in a 90-min online workshop on a specific topic to empower creative bureaucrats in their work.
Interested in participating? Anyone can join online for free by simply registering in advance. Secure your spot now for the first of this year’s four digital workshops. Find more information below on how to attend, what to expect and how to get involved.
Trends in Project Management – What Moves Us in the “Age of Projects”?
Hosted by GPM, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Projektmanagement e.V.
(in German language)
How adaptive and innovative can you make project management? The first online workshop takes us through trends that are currently shaking up this sphere. It includes interactive “trend scouting” which aims to answer the questions: Which trends are positive? And how can they be supported?
Find all other dates for the Digital Workshop Series below. More details will follow closer to the events:
6 October 2022 | Workshop 2
Core Topic: Collaboration & Communication
3 November 2022 | Workshop 3
Host: PD – Berater der öffentlichen Hand
Core Topic: Technology & Data
1 December 2022 | Workshop 4
Host and Core Topic: TBA
Get involved in shaping our Digital Workshop Series!
For the 4th and final workshop of this year, on 1 December 2022, we want to hear directly from you what topics are most important to you. What would you most like to experience in a hands-on workshop?
Let us know about topics, strategies, approaches or methods that illustrate creative bureaucracy in action.
Simply fill in this form. We promise it won’t take you longer than 2 minutes.