Contact

Meeting Co-Chairs:
Cat Macaulay
Heinrich Schwarz
Joan Vinyets
University of Dundee
Independent
Piece of Pie
UK
Germany
Spain
Contact: EpicEuropeNetwork (at) gmail.com
Workshops:
Eva Caspary
Robert Fuchs
Insight Europe
Valiton
Germany
Germany
Contact: eva (at) insighteurope.de
Registration:
TBD
PR and Marketing:
Kate Saunderson
Oscar Lozano
University of Dundee
Jones Lang Lasalle
UK
UK
Contact: klsaunderson (at) gmail.com
Local Coordination:
Joan Vinyets Piece of Pie Spain
Contact: Joan (at) piecepie.com
Student Volunteers:
Rich Radka
Carolin Alfonso
Claro Partners
Independent
Spain
Germany
Contact: rich.radka (at) claropartners.com
Sponsoring
Rich Radka Claro Partners Spain
Contact: rich.radka (at) claropartners.com
Documentation and Reportage:
Lorri Meyers Independent Germany
Contact: lorrimeyers (at) gmail.com
All other inquiries: EpicEuropeNetwork (at) gmail.com

Recent Posts

Invitation to a discussion on the future of ‘EPIC Europe’

Dear Friends of the Barcelona Meeting and ‘EPIC Europe’,we have an opportunity now to craft a new organisation that supports our community and builds on the networking and knowledge sharing begun in Barcelona. So lets talk about our future direction. If you came (or wanted to come) to Barcelona or are someone  interested in applied ethnography in business or organizational contexts in Europe, please join the conversation on our future.We believe it is important to have a public discussion on our core mission and scope, particularly as in our own recent internal discussions two somewhat different views emerged.

What should our core mission be?
a. One view holds that our organizational focus should be on new ways of thinking about design and innovation and the changes that we want to initiate. This view recognizes that the idea of ethnography may be what motivates many, but is still interested in widening our future mission beyond a method and beyond ethnography.b. The other viewpoint, which currently is probably the majority, is that ethnographic ways of thinking and knowing are our current common denominator and glue and should be so in the future. This view also wants to explore the wider context of new approaches to design and innovation but with a primary starting point in ethnography.
In addition, what scope would be best to build our organization? Should it be globally oriented from the start? Or should it focus first on Europe and over time become global by aligning with similar groups elsewhere?
We invite your contributions to this conversation about the future of “the group formerly known as EPIC Europe” on our LinkedIn group site until October 20th.
We will summarise your thoughts and convene an online conference to move towards a final conclusion and plan for the future. In addition, since several of us will also be at EPIC 2012 Savannah we may be able to squeeze a short meeting in there.Once we have clarity we can continue to build a web platform and start working on a next meeting in the spring of 2013. But one step at a time – now join the conversation. We are looking forward to your contributions!The Barcelona organizers

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