System Thinking Video from Senge: One of the foremost contemporary whole system experts

System Thinking Video from Senge: One of the foremost contemporary whole system experts

This video is foundational thinking for all that I do. Currently I am preparing a change blueprint to help an Asian company,  create a leadership development effort for 200,000  people outside their country.

 

Ron Lippitt, the first to ever write a full book dedicated to change management or then called, “planned change”, taught me  to turn work place training to whole system work.

 

This is how I envision doing so.

 

Start with the Chairman’s committee.   Have them identify the key business challenge that will benefit from a new worldwide harmonized the leadership philosophy and practice.  Plus have them establish the leadership theory, challenges and suggestions for transferring to the rest of the organization. The result of their work is then handed off to a design team that will create a transformation experience for the next 300 executives in the home country. The directive to them is to transform themselves and then set the tone and direction for management of the meaning people.  This clearly is not traditional cascading. Instead, we have each group assume of themselves how they are going to assimulate the direction from the top.  The system wide journey is lead by a team of  internal change facilitators and trainers to engage all. They essentially will follow my 10 practices for whole system transformation. 

I would very much be interested in your feedback.  

 

 

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2 Responses to “System Thinking Video from Senge: One of the foremost contemporary whole system experts”

  1. knowledgEnabler Says:

    Reblogged this on KnowledgEvolution and commented:
    System Thinking Video from Senge: One of the foremost contemporary whole system experts
    – by Roland Sullivan
    This video is foundational thinking for all that I do. Currently I am preparing a change blueprint to help an Asian company, create a leadership development effort for 200,000 people outside their country.

    Ron Lippitt, the first to ever write a full book dedicated to change management or then called, “planned change”, taught me to turn work place training to whole system work.

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