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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Mar 22

By Doug Breitbart and originally published on medium.com I was having a catch-up conversation with a friend of many years. As long as I have known him, he has had the super-ability to attract and gather people of like interests and talents together, in groups, without projection or agenda, to explore and create together. I suspect all who serve in the organizational change or organizational development business, whether in-house, coach, or a consultant, have at one time or another joined such a gathering. He shared with me a story about his most recent project. There was initial enthusiasm of all …

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By Doug Breitbart and originally published on medium.com I was having a catch-up conversation with a friend of many years. As long as I have known him, he has had the super-ability to attract and gather people of like interests and talents together, in groups, without projection or agenda, to explore and create together. I suspect all who serve in …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Dec 21

By Simon Robinson for Enlivening Edge Magazine Seven years have now passed since Frederic Laloux published his seminal Reinventing Organizations in 2014. The book is now required reading for any forward-thinking leader seeking to transform their organisations, with its three central breakthroughs of self-organisation, wholeness and evolutionary purpose being embraced and implemented across the globe. If we look at how the world is today compared to seven years ago, one of the most significant changes has been the emergence of Deep Tech, which is creating a revolution which has implications for every aspect of an organisation, resulting in new opportunities …

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By Simon Robinson for Enlivening Edge Magazine Seven years have now passed since Frederic Laloux published his seminal Reinventing Organizations in 2014. The book is now required reading for any forward-thinking leader seeking to transform their organisations, with its three central breakthroughs of self-organisation, wholeness and evolutionary purpose being embraced and implemented across the globe. If we look at how …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Nov 21

By Jeff Schwaber and Travis Marsh and originally published at humanfirstworks.com We’ve all heard high-profile stories of companies adopting Vision, Mission, and Values and seeing amazing business success come out of them. Netflix, in particular, is known for its strong values statements and recruiting people who firmly agree with them. At least, this seems to be what most organizational culture consultants conclude. However, there are just as many stories of these inspirational statements and guideposts being a waste of time or even steering companies off-track. Let’s start by defining briefly what is the “VMV” of an organization. According to the typology created by strategy expert Graham …

When Do Vision, Mission, and Values Boldly Fail? (And How to Make Them Succeed) Read More »

By Jeff Schwaber and Travis Marsh and originally published at humanfirstworks.com We’ve all heard high-profile stories of companies adopting Vision, Mission, and Values and seeing amazing business success come out of them. Netflix, in particular, is known for its strong values statements and recruiting people who firmly agree with them. At least, this seems to be what most organizational culture consultants conclude. However, there are …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Aug 21

By Julia Markish for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Teal Team idea sprouted over a couple of overpriced lattes at the Four Barrel Coffee Shop on Valencia Street in San Francisco. But its seed was sown several months prior, when—after I’d stalked him on LinkedIn based on a Fortune article he’d written—writer and Great Place to Work content director Ed Frauenheim invited me to meet for a coffee at his offices downtown. During that meeting, we bonded over our exasperation with the way most organizations are run (where was the humanity? the humility? the love?), and our desire to see people …

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By Julia Markish for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Teal Team idea sprouted over a couple of overpriced lattes at the Four Barrel Coffee Shop on Valencia Street in San Francisco. But its seed was sown several months prior, when—after I’d stalked him on LinkedIn based on a Fortune article he’d written—writer and Great Place to Work content director Ed Frauenheim …

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