The future will not be what it used to be…

August 5, 2012

In a previous post I observed that “The rules of the game changed forever when the financial markets imploded in 2007, precipitating what many consider to be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.” There is a continuing stream of data that keeps underlining the extent to which this is true [...]

Surfboards for Organizations

July 23, 2012

“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn how to surf.” I’m sure many of you will have come across this quotation before. For any unfamiliar, it is from Jon Kabat-Zinn, who having studied with Buddhist teachers and practiced yoga then went on to integrate their teachings with those of Western science. Kabat-Zinn and colleagues have [...]

Diagnose and Survive – How to Assess Organisational Health

June 24, 2012

Last week in our post “Diagnose or Die” we explored the criticality of assessing organisational health. This week we show how health can be accurately diagnosed in a way that allows organisations to gain true insight into what they need to do to maintain their well being. Our starting point is the notion of “requisite [...]

Organizational Health – Diagnose or Die

June 15, 2012

In our last post we began to show the vital link between systemic agility and organizational health. Systemic Agility© is a process of continuous organizational reconfiguration, which can only occur in those organizations that are truly healthy. We defined the key attributes of Systemically Agility© and we showed the link between these attributes and the [...]

Practicing Systemic Agility©…..skating to where the puck is going to be

June 8, 2012

Practicing Systemic Agility©…..skating to where the puck is going to be In our previous post we pondered the future…how it looks for the leaders and managers of the world’s organizations, and how they are prepared to deal with it. We concluded that “the future is not what it used to be” and that uncertainty was [...]

Why your organization needs Systemic Agility

June 1, 2012

The future is not what it used to be… The rules of the game changed forever when the financial markets imploded in 2007, precipitating what many consider to be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Actually, this is probably only partially correct. Certainly the Financial Crisis created a whole new [...]