I. Organization Development and Corporate Culture
|"If you want to build a ship, then don't drum up men to gather wood, give orders, and divide the work. Rather, teach them to yearn for the far and endless sea". Antoine de Saint-Exupéry|
|Trigger the life-giving forces of your organization, and set its innovative and winning potential into motion.|
II. Spontaneity - as a Path for Innovative Solutions
|"Since spontaneity is difficult, most people can be called the "human impersonators", i.e., they are "trying" to be what they think is human, rather than just being what they are." Abraham Maslow|
|Rediscover sparkling qualities, and bring their
creative expression into your organizations
As with living organisms, enterprises large and small, evolve and are subject to continuous change: start-ups, midlife organizations, old dinosaurs
|"There is nothing permanent except change". Heraclitus - Greek philosopher|
In today's fast-paced and demanding global environment, management must ensure deliberate organizational transformation across and beyond the enterprise. Each stage of organizational evolution triggers specific challenges of transformative change.
However, both individuals and organizations may resist change, since change often implies not just learning something new, but unlearning something that is already there. To "unlearn" beliefs, attitudes and values is uncomfortable and anxiety producing.
|"If you always have done it that way, it is
To create the necessary safety margin for allowing and promoting positive transformation:
|1.||Do value continuity along with innovation and transition management.|
|2.||Do emphasize on collaboration and participation of all voices in the system.|
|3.||Do approach change as a journey (rather than an event)|
|"Change in all things is sweet".
Aristotle - Greek philosopher
|"The intelligent man is always open to new ideas. In fact, he looks for them" Proverb|
|Performing as an process consultant, Ctrl Culture Relations listens, observes, facilitates and interprets to bring processes, strengths, strategies and their cultural influences to light. By continually broadening perspectives and deepening visions, organizations transform their initial uncertainty into awesome missions, productive strategic plans, and organizational cultures inspired by and supportive of the new vision.|