Distinctive & Relevant Action Where it Matters Most
Defining Point A Positions
The best Point A assessments result in a real whack alongside the head and a tug at the heart. Big whacks and tugs are needed to fight off complacency with the status quo. Knowing your Point A Position provides confidence in confirming the case for change and the sense of urgency needed to create a shared vision that can fuel your decision cycle for defining a new Point B aspired position.
Defining Point B Aspirations
Defining Point B aspirations is all about the art and science of framing and prioritizing the right opportunities for YOUR organization. The process of defining a relevant and achievable Point B aspiration includes assessing the full range of options in front of your organization - from mild to wild. Creating a future that inspires is most importantly about celebrating and harvesting the collective wisdom available to your organization.
Leading Human Centered Transformation
Your transformation journey will take you and your stakeholders through the entire “Arc of Change Drama” as transformation is not easy nor typical within the human DNA. Successful Point B plans are inspirational, scalable and achievable. Most of all transformation plans ensure the organizational capacity to navigate expected challenges, tensions and dilemmas that will arise along the way. We must break the cycle of humans fearing change based on the assumption that change means giving something up.
The Secret Human Enabler "Organizational Memory"
Organizational memory has a deep seated impact on not only shaping new ideas and thinking about how work can get done across an organizations but also on how change succeeds. Simply put, organizational memory draws back the bow to enable progress. To achieve sustainable change organizations must confront, release and replace what they intend to modify. This means that meaningful transformation not only takes time but requires organizations to confront fears and release any dysfunction that has become a part of their culture.
Humans have been conditioned to fear the unknown and this leads many to...
"lead lives of quiet desperation."
one eXperience at a time.