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?
The entrepreneur continuum of change-acceptance and change-resistance is constant. For a business to be successful and last there are four behaviors needed.
The more an organization succeeds in adding dimensions to its product, it will create a customer willingness to pay a higher price for it for the simple reason that the value proposition has increased as well.
Those passionate to run a businesses need to decide what they want to be and embrace the road ahead. Change is a powerful thing.
A growing body of research suggests that having just a few nasty, lazy or incompetent characters around can ruin the performance of a team.
Complexity & Change Readiness occurs when you understand the obstacles, understand known & unknown challenges & shift the odds to create favorable outcomes
We know what makes effective and creative teams. For teams to work multiple people within the team ought to have knowledge in team dynamics and teaming.
Complex decision-making is stronger when the choices and ideas are stretched, manipulated, and challenged – this is how you create psychological-safety in teams.