An Organizational Network Analysis, an ONA, is an X-ray of your organization. With this tool, you can see how people work together, who that has become a bottle neck or how much collaboration is going on across units.
If you want to engage your peers, your managers or your colleagues in leadership activities, you need to establish a mutual engagement and willingness to do so. That starts with a good understanding of the challenge you are tackling – or the opportunity you want to exploit. And that starts with analyzing it, so that you can convey the message and start the change.
Oh, the classic department meeting. So tedious and boring. But wait, it does not have to be. If you rearrange the elements of the meeting, then the flow and the mood of the meeting changes. Here is how to do that: Purpose, People, Progress, and Profit.
It’s easy. It’s a minimal amount of effort and stuff you need. Basically, just post-its, black pens and wall space. If you really want to go all in, I’ll recommend you find one of those small whiteboards or a flip over.
This tool, Five Traits of Leaders that Transform will help you understand, how to identify what capabilities your organization have.
The Impact Story template helps you understand (in a collaboration with your employees) what the organizations impact is and what it stands for.
The ‘Pizza Model’ shows the four areas, that describes the components of roles in an organisation. Download it here.
Do your organization have what it takes? The rate and impact of change in the business world is massive. We need to look at our organizations and figure out how we can adapt to the future of work.
This blog post gives insight to the tool and template, and should be read as a follow-up to the blog post on speedboats.
A blog post on how to map your innovation. There are two ways to look at innovation: As a burning necessity, driven by external factors or a burning desire.