Organisations in my experience follow autopilot. They follow the scripts and taken for granted ideas and practices of conventional ways of running organisations and management practices. It is not that it doesn’t work, it does. For whom it works depends on a number things. What contemporary life has showed us however is that we should think differently (and it is far too late for many), that there are other options and that an organisation cannot expect to reap rewards of innovation if everything else, the very structures, policies and people practice, works against the tide of innovation. Organisations wanting to innovate in old wine skins (proverbially speaking) find themselves in all kinds of difficulties.
Journey with me as we explore what it means to be intentional for organisations, leaders and managers and look at both conventional and counter-intuitive thinking about organisations.
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