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The Dilemma

In a contemporary environment of massive, high-speed and constant change,  survival and success depend on an organisation's ability to be lean and agile. 

And yet, our ever increasing desire for process improvements leads us to cling to 150 year old ideals like a drowning man to a punctured life craft, resulting in business that are driven by command and control methodologies and who struggle to XXX

Creating agile systems

In order to build an agile and lean company, it is essential that everyone be capable of meaningful and positive interactions both within and especially at the boundaries of the organisation.

The pressure to innovate is only going to increase in the coming years and it is not difficult to predict that the companies that create soar-away value from unbeatable competitive advantage will be those that understand the importance of consciousness in their organisations and in nurturing a workplace based on the higher functions of the neo-cortex rather than the swampy limitations of the primitive brain.

 
 

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About Mike Parker

Mike Parker has over 30 years of experience in global systems and over 10 years helping clients to innovate, overcome challenges and improve performance across a wide range of business domains.

He is as comfortable at the director level in a global consulting company as he is sitting in the chair across from you and helping you overcome your blocks and anxieties.

Mike’s interests are deep and broad, ranging across psychology, anthropology, philosophy, math, business, music and economic systems. All of this is supplemented by culture studies and a life devoted to Systems Thinking. Mike has an MBA in innovation, finance and strategy and has supplemented this with further post-graduate studies in Systems Thinking and Governance. He is a qualified Solutions Focused Therapist and a Research Fellow at the Schumacher Institute.

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