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Organization Evolution

  • How Mindfulness and Self-Control Affect Work Performance

    Everyone has bad days. It’s a fact of life. There will be days when you’re under the weather, exhausted from a late night, or feeling unmotivated. Though most of us simply try and power through, a lack of mental energy ...


    Navy Seals’ Hell Week Reveals Fundamentals of Leadership

    No, you don’t have to crawl under live machine-gun fire or lay prone for hours in the freezing surf to learn the value of leadership, but there’re lots that we in the corporate world can learn about leadership from the ...

  • Part III: Create the Vision and Strategy

    The last two segments of our eight-part series Leading Organizational Change discussed creating a sense of urgency and finding leaders to help you implement organizational change. Today we’re going to talk about creating the vision for your change and how ...


    The Benefits of Consultants

    Internal Problem, External Solution Companies often expect that they can solve their problems internally, and that bringing in consultants is the last resort. But it doesn’t (and shouldn’t) be that way. The most effective leaders don’t exhaust themselves by taking charge ...

  • Maintaining Team Integrity and Innovation

    While some describe change as the only constant in the world, it’s often misunderstood from the business perspective. Maintaining an organization’s (or a team’s) buy-in, work ethic, and faith during times of change can be challenging for any leader—regardless of ...


    Part II: Find Leaders to Drive Company Change

    Our previous installment of the eight-part series Leading Organizational Change discussed how to create a sense of urgency in your staff and bring all levels and departments into the fold. The next step: find leaders to help you make long-term, ...

  • Part I: Creating a Sense of Urgency and Enthusiasm

    When changes need to be made company-wide, it takes far more than a few emails to upper-management. That’s why we’re beginning an eight-part series called Leading Organizational Change. Whereas some of the model is based on John Kotter's 8-step model ...


    Striking a Balance: a Fun and Productive Professional Environment

    Technology has changed world culture in ways nobody could have predicted. The Millennial generation is entering the workforce, a generation of idealistic, confident, demanding, and, above all, individualistic employees. They’re demanding new kinds of leaders, and CEOs of both profitable ...

  • How a Culture of Learning Helps You Compete

    How do startups compete with big corporations? They usually can’t match the salaries offered to promising applicants. They can’t offer the same benefits. Their offices don’t have pool tables and ping pong tables and bean bags laying around. Yet every year, ...


    Strategies to Break (and Prevent) Office Negativity

    87% of companies report that employee engagement and office culture are their number one challenges. The difference between profitability and bankruptcy could have very little to do with the market or the economy as a whole, but more than likely, ...

  • Building Cultures that Care and Lead to an Engaged Workforce

    What Employers Need to Know We currently have four (or maybe five) generations in the workforce, and according to some sources, millennials already surpass the baby boomers in numbers. Whereas Millennials, those Generation-Y whiz kids born roughly between 1980 and the ...


    Say Yes to Employee Engagement With These Management Tips

    While they report feeling more involved than their global counterparts, less than one-third of American professionals describe themselves as actively engaged by their work, according to a 2014 Gallup survey. How can companies encourage their employees to become more fully ...

  • There’s Only One Way For An Organization To Evolve: LEADERSHIP!

    “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” – Albert Einstein. As the Change Leader, I am often asked: what are the key steps to help an organization evolve? The truth is there is only one-way: change ...


    Why Look at Organizations from a Systems Perspective?

    If you are suffering from insomnia some night, watch Mindwalk. This 1990 film, with Sam Waterston, will either cure you of sleeplessness or it will give you a nice look into systems perspective. One of my favorite lines is, “At ...

  • 6 Key Questions to Solve the Toughest Organizational Challenges

    When working with an organization, whether helping them thrive in a period of transition, increase effectiveness and engagement, or undergo an organizational evolution, my focus is often first on helping leadership embrace a systems thinking perspective as opposed to a ...


    4 Steps in Solving Organizational System Problems

    There’s a reason we say, “It’s only the tip of the iceberg.” Only about one-ninth of an iceberg is visible above water, but it’s not the visible portion you have to worry about. It’s the other eight-ninths that are lurking ...

  • Evolution vs. Revolution: Do You Know the Difference?

    Change is everywhere. And whether you’re talking about your hometown or your day-to-day activities, adjustment and fine tuning is inevitable. Within the context of the organization, the challenge is learning to handle change effectively – to manage change with evolution ...


    The Pros & Cons of Organizational Transparency

    Organizational transparency is here to stay. In fact, some may argue it’s the new competitive advantage. With the digital age in full bloom, it’s never been easier or more convenient for institutions to open doors to how they think and ...

  • “The Changing of the Tides”: Why Morality Matters Again

    Not too many years ago, the organization was in a powerful position and could rely on its people to support and maintain any direction necessary- even if it meant compromising morals. In many cases, workers overlooked bad behavior- even participated ...


    Organization Evolution Case Study: Two Evolved Organizations

    What does an evolved organization look like? Is it easy to recognize? What differentiates evolved behavior from behavior in transition? Throughout my travels, I have seen my share of companies and I am often asked to identify what I believe ...

  • Valuing Values & Creating a ‘Living Company’

    “A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both.” - Dwight D. Eisenhower The Los Angeles School District serves almost 700,000 students and employs 84,000 people with a budget $7.3 billion. After working with the district, some ...