Habits, Norms, and Rituals in the Modern Organization - Agenda

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Friday, July 29, 2016

Held at Google, Sunnyvale, CA

8:30 am Continental Breakfast and Registration
9:00 am Welcome and Introduction Will Tracy, SFI, and Jennifer Kurkoski, Google
9:30 am Session 1: What are norms, habits, routines, and rituals?
Measuring Communitas: Collective Rituals and Social Networks in Rural South India Eleanor Power, SFI Omidyar Fellow
Routines and routine dynamics Martha Feldman, UC Irvine
A Primer on Habits Jessie Wisdom, Google
10:20 am Moderated Discussion with Session 1 Speakers
11:00 am Break
11:30 am Session 2: How do habits, norms, and rituals behave in the world?
What Can Evolution Tell Us About Our Habits, Norms, and Rituals? Laura Fortunato, Oxford University and SFI External Faculty
The Stream and the Muse: How Unconscious Forces Drive Our Lives Laurence Gonzales, Author and SFI Miller Scholar
Learning to Act and Think Regionally Woody Powell, Stanford University
12:15 pm Moderated Discussion with Session 2 Speakers
1:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Session 3: How can we use habits, norms, and rituals to solve big problems?
From Ethos to Evolution David Krakauer, SFI Professor and President
Scaling Judgment Prasad Setty, Google
2:30 pm Moderated Discussion with Session 3 Speakers
3:15 pm Break
3:45 pm Discussion - Where does this take us?
4:15 pm Close of Day: Reflections & Next Steps
4:30 pm Adjourn/Cocktail Reception