Organizational complexity and change

For the organization to thrive and last, processes must be understood and created to address an ambiguous future.

What is it?

This organization development process assists leaders and leadership teams in developing the skills needed to understand how to work with complexity and change.

Why does it matter?

The rate of change and complexity of work is not slowing down. You constantly have to organize information available to you, and determine how to use it best to make choices. This skill can be developed and implemented in your organization.

What are the areas of focus?

While every organization development process changes to meet your organization and leaders where they are, the following areas of focus are meant to share what will be accomplished and developed.

  1. Organizational complexity and change
  2. Determining the current level of information and problem complexity
  3. Leading through complexity and change in action
  4. Organizing work for employees’ current level of complexity and change
  5. Leading through complexity and change in action
  6. Using complexity and change models to develop the next level of organizational leaders

How will you make progress?

  1. Management of organizational complexity that goes beyond strategic planning
  2. Effective decision-making and problem-solving when faced with complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity
  3. Working at both tactical and strategic levels
  4. Navigating change and the increasing complexity using evidenced-based tools
  5. Developing competence for leaders to lead the organization through times of complexity, high levels of ambiguity, and change, and coaching these abilities in middle management
  6. Management of information complexity and problem complexity
  7. How to determine organizational and individual capacity for managing information and problem complexity
  8. Implementing specific coaching and mentoring tools to help your staff increase their ability to handle complexity and change
  9. Succession planning for ensuring the future of the organization
  10. Using Complexity and change models to develop the next level of organizational leaders