So, here, without further digression, are a list of different types of ‘liminal doing’ with tentative descriptions. None are to my knowledge trademarked and so you should be able to use them in whatever way you like, even new, innovative and emergent ways.Read More
“train yourself to think systemically"
The 5 Whys originated at Toyota as part of the legendary Toyota Production System – the clear and elegant way of working into the systemic causes of problems easily transferred to strategy and management. Why Why analysis is a great way of exploring the systemic roots of a problem for solutions as shown in the illustration above.Read More
We don't need 10,000 person organizations where everyone is an employee of an organization. That also might imply some changes to our governmental structures, because the insecurity for the individual in the gig economy, while good for an organization and its bottom line, doesn't provide the safety nets that we've also received from businesses in the past.
Jean is on a quest to catalyze group productivity – cultivating flows for a more thrivable world, she co-creates strategy and culture that delivers on purpose. She is currently the ICO Project Lead at Holo, a distributed cloud hosting gateway helping to build the decentralized internet of the future.Read More
“Today’s CEOs know that creativity is an essential asset and that it must permeate the enterprise.” BUT what's that got to do with tomatoes? Read on...Read More
The creativity element is there, the innovation element is there but one of the bigger things that comes out in all of this in terms of people’s abilities is their ability to deal with ambiguityRead More
"...at the very least we must acknowledge that the term intuition could be being applied to a wide range of different types of unconscious influence".Read More
The I/We dance here is so important. How do we start to blend an organization’s purpose with an individual’s purpose? How do we continually stay energized? It’s not by marching in a straight line towards an imposed destination.Read More
It's as much about what is happening externally as it is about what is potentially happening to the human spirit.
So what is causing organizations to change? I guess my answer is that it's some combination of what's happening externally and what potentially is happening to the human spirit as a wholeRead More
Ultimately that is the core challenge; how to reimagine what an organization is and how it does what it does in order to maintain its original purpose in response to those waves of global changeRead More