One thing all managers do is to solve problems. You can solve problems in two ways. You can rely on your intuition, or you can use a systematic … [Read more...]
This has so far been the topic I have written the most extensively about. These posts cover all the different phases of an organization design process, from the early phase where you identify issues, to planning and implementation of changes. The posts draw on the framework that I write about in my book.
If you work in a large organizations, you probably observe issues that you feel should be addressed. Some of which may require a re-design of the … [Read more...]
The tools we use to describe organizational models are important. If all you have is a hammer, then everything looks like a nail. If all you use … [Read more...]
Last week I had the privilege of interviewing Paul Tolchinsky, a veteran in the field, currently affiliated with Performance Development Associates … [Read more...]
If we want to create more effective organizations, we need to consider the process by which we design them – how we analyze the current situation, how … [Read more...]