Organization Design and its application to workplace complexity and order, how to design high trust work cultures with innovation and teamwork
When you wait, you miss useful complexity patterns that could create a better or more resilient future for you and your company.
Everything is not an emergency, or complex, or in chaos. Many areas are clear and complicated that you and your team decide and make progress.
Never underestimate the power of social identity and how, as people, we need our tribe and connection to our history to be respected and acknowledged.
Organizational metaphors to help people create language and see the best approaches that will work to support emergence or compliance.
With complex change, involving many people and working with solutions will increase the buy-in and learning for problem-solving.
Teams that are high-performing and produce consistent results come from a purposeful process and method that includes both behaviors and tasks.
What? Unplanned Chaos. So What? Navigating Complexity. Now What? From Complexity to Change.
When you feel overwhelmed, and your world is tilted, everything can feel chaotic and complex. There are many things that you already have control over.
How you approach the complexity and uncertainty of your decision making and planning will impact how employees and customers view your attempted solutions. Are your attempted solutions seen as learning opportunities or blame opportunities?