This is a program about organisation design founded on shared contemporary values and relationships: a design that simply transforms hierarchical structures to a network of collaborative teams that are innovative, agile and best equipped to manage the increasing diversity of the business world.
Informal relationships are a powerful force in an organization; generally, more so than those represented by lines on an organisation chart. They arise from associations, working in close proximity and other natural interactions. They are founded on strongly held shared values. Imagine the power of an organization if these natural relationships could be fostered and managed across the whole organisation.
In our modern worlds it seems that the one constant that every business or organisation faces is change. Innovation and agility is promoted as the way to manage change and yet for many this seems an elusive dream. It doesn't have to be this way. Being innovative and agile is within easy reach of every business or organisation.
Management Through Relationships, by harnessing the power of natural relationships within organisations, can foster innovation and agility and it doesn't require businesses or organisations to divert significantly from their traditional hierarchical structures or their reliance on skilled technicians and internal service providers.
This program can show you how to free up the energy and creativeness of your employees while still retaining employees' status that drives their rewards and remuneration and traditional structures that provide the boundaries and controls for organisation and business, management and performance.
It is the inertia of these two factors that have thwarted many organisational change programs over the last four decades and it doesn't have to be this way.
Executives, Operations and Services Managers, HR practitioners and other leaders who feel challenged to find a better business system to manage people resources in contemporary society; a system that fosters collaboration, not competition, innovation, not blind process and agility, not demarcation.
Register and pay 3 weeks prior to workshop.
Second and further attendees from same organisation. (cannot be used with the Earlybird rate.)