TagsAnthony J. Green assessments attention attitude authenticity awareness Bernard M. Bass Bruce J. Avolio Carl Rogers CCODN change leadership change management coaching continuous improvement corporate culture culture shaping curiosity expertise followers Franklin University growth leadership Ibrahim Senay imagination innovation intention Jaws Jim Hart knowing knowledge management Larry Senn leadership leadership development leading learning learning-action plan learning organization memory mindfulness networking organizational development organizational psychology performance management personal growth Peter Benchley Peter Senge positive psychology positive reinforcement practice quotations reading Richard S. Webster Ronald E. Riggio Ross Wirth self-awareness self-development self-help self-motivation service Stephen Covey teaching team The Fifth Discipline The Ohio State University Tichy Timothy Reymann Tom Peters transformation transformational leadership University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will-power wisdom work group work groups work process elements
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Offered as a refresher: Deming’s 14 points.* How are we doing? Create constancy of purpose for the improvement of product and service, with the aim to become competitive and to stay in business, and to create jobs. Adopt a new … Continue reading
Work groups are the fundamental building blocks of organizations. Work groups comprise a work-group leader and work-group members. Rensis Likert introduced the “linking pin” concept: an individual with overlapping work-group membership (New Patterns of Management. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961). This … Continue reading
Work groups overlap across formal organizational boundaries. The figure, below, shows a simple supply chain overlaid with the work process elements (obtain, enhance, deliver).
The work group is the building block of even the most complex organizations, which means that LDTL can arise, be practiced, and propagate from anywhere within an organization.
1. Introduction (April 24, 2010) “Learn-Do-Teach-Lead” is a guiding philosophy, a practical road map, an observed reality, an organic progression, and a teachable framework for business and life. 2. Starting with the End in Mind (April 26, 2010) Of Learn-Do-Teach-Lead … Continue reading
I have suggested previously that any job task can be viewed as a work process. Fundamentally, for any task, resources are Obtained, Enhanced, and then Delivered (OED; Think Oxford English Dictionary, perhaps the first and largest “OED,” as an easy … Continue reading