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  1. Sensemaking. Sensemaking is the new book by ReD Associates' US Director, Christian Madsbjerg, with Hachette Book Group out on March 2017. Inspired by his work with companies like Ford and Coca-Cola, Madsbjerg's Sensemaking is a provocative stand against the tyranny of the algorithm and an impassioned argument that human intelligence, informed by the study of the humanities, remains.
  2. January 2005 © 2005 MIT Center for eBusiness
  3. Sensemaking and everyday theory building are close cousins. Together, they reflect the deep human need for order, control, and meaning, and their relationship is intricately circular. People use their everyday theories to make sense of new experience, and, over time, their experience feeds back to reinforce or modify their theories
  4. The Cynefin framework (/ k ə ˈ n ɛ v ɪ n / kuh-NEV-in) is a conceptual framework used to aid decision-making. Created in 1999 by Dave Snowden when he worked for IBM Global Services, it has been described as a sense-making device
  5. es how organizations can effectively practice agile program manag

  1. In 1990, Staw presented a fresh perspective on the individual creativity portion of the componential model. Drawing on Campbell's (1960) evolutionary model of creativity, Staw (1990) recasts the componential model into a variation-selection framework, whereby idea alternatives are created and solutions chosen
  2. 1. Get data from multiple sources: customers, suppliers, employees, competitors, other departments, and investors. 2. Involve others in your sensemaking
  3. Contemporary leadership theory and practice describes authenticity in relation to self-awareness of one's fundamental values and purpose, and attributes the motivational effects of leadership to the consistency of leader's values and behaviors and the concordance of their values with those of followers
  4. What's the best way of creating an internal communications strategy where one has never existed? I originally published this article back in 2009 when I wrote a paper for Melcrum on how to to do exactly this as I was setting up a comms function as Head of Comms at LOROL. Update April 2014: I.
  5. Encyclopedia of Business, 2nd ed. Organizational Culture: Ob-Or. As people work together to accomplish goals, groups develop into organizations
  6. When compared over time, during a change process, for example, uncertainty and ambiguity behave in very different ways (see Exhibit 3). Uncertainty is linear; it is high at the beginning of a change (project or program) when there is little accurate data available and the team has to make assumptions, and estimates
  7. gly different, are exemplars of high reliability organizations (HROs) - organizations that have the potential for catastrophic failure yet engage in nearly error-free performance. HROs commit to safety at the highest.

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  1. Strategic Leadership and Decision Making. REFERENCE LIST. Albrecht, K. 1980. Brain Power: Learning to Improve Your Thinking Skills.New York: Simon and Schuster
  2. Much of the unsustainable activity that occurs in the world can be traced to organizations. Yet, because organizations are social systems, they cannot be managed for sustainability in the same way.
  3. Kurt Lewin's 'changing as three steps' (unfreezing → changing → refreezing) is regarded by many as the classic or fundamental approach to managing change
  4. See: Do Safety Signs Cause More Harm Than Good? Safety sign posters should also understand semiotics and the critical importance of unconscious communication. Be aware that it's not about what signs SAY to people, it about what they DO to people. I'm so glad I crossed with care!Amazing how.
  5. Emergence: The Gestalt Approach to Change. by Herb Stevenson. Over the last forty years, members of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland have been creating organization development theory from the fields of Gestalt Psychology and Gestalt therapy
  6. Paradox: A Gestalt Theory of Change . by Herb Stevenson. Underlying the application of Gestalt theory to organization development, consulting, and/or coaching is an approach that Arnold Biesser, M.D., characterized in 1970 as the paradoxical theory of change

Karl Edward Weick (born October 31, 1936) is an American organizational theorist who introduced the concepts of loose coupling, mindfulness, and sensemaking into organizational studies In 1990, Staw presented a fresh perspective on the individual creativity portion of the componential model. Drawing on Campbell's (1960) evolutionary model of creativity, Staw (1990) recasts the componential model into a variation-selection framework, whereby idea alternatives are created and solutions chosen

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