Everybody who has tried to change organizations know how hard this can be. Changing people’s beliefs and values is a pretty difficult thing to do on its own. The larger the number of people you want to change the more effort is needed to pull it off. If we want to convert traditional organisations to Stoosian organisations we need to introduce a lot of new memes and replace some old ones. (meme - an idea, behavior or ...more »
This week, at the the first Stoos satellite Berlin meetup, Simon came up with the term 'hack' as something he would like to take home from the Stoos stampede. I'd like to build on this idea and propose a session about hacking the corporate and management culture. “Cultural Hacking can be understood as infiltration into systems and the changing of their coding. It is a critical, often even subversive game with cultural ...more »
In the context of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) it is incredibly tempting to tackle handling these conditions as an organizational task; on the to-do list. Yet there is an opportunity to use these conditions to expand perspective and shift mindsets to a higher level of consciousness. At this level the invisible becomes leverage for creating shared value. The side effect is higher levels of ...more »
Biologically the same principles that govern our growth and evolution as a person govern the beliefs and mindset underpinning business cultures. What if we applied that knowledge to accelerating adaptability and ability to see and work with what we can't see... The forces that create results, both intentional and unintentional.