Control is for Amateurs: How to Enable People Through Vibrant Communities
Technical advances have fundamentally changed the nature of organisations and work. This requires a move from a rigid governance model to one that is more fluid and adaptive. It impacts everything from strategy, to operations, to tactics. More critically, it challenges traditional mindsets steeped in control, predictability, and standardisation.
Community approaches are helping initiate and spread organisational change in a way that empowers employees to be part of the change, instead of a casualty of it. By pursuing changes with a shared purpose / shared value approach and engaging people in the process, communities have proven to be powerful change agents.
Rachel will show a step-by-step approach for Cablinc to create vibrant communities that support and challenge people to do their best work in ways that increase learning and innovation.