Structuring Meetings

Compelling Reasons for Structured Meetings | Positive Impact on Stakeholders

The dynamism of business wisdom demands the application of knowledge, stuff you find ‘in−formation’ (not static). Compound those dynamics with the challenge of organizing a group of people. Groups of people fail (or operate at sub-optimal levels) either because they don’t care, don’t have the talent, or don’t know how. Structured meetings and facilitation training…

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Range of Meeting Leadership Styles

Understanding the Time and Place for Individual Versus Group Decisions

The continuum of leadership behavior provides one context for understanding the best time and place for individual decisions versus group decisions. That continuum, as illustrated below, ranges from the completely subordinate-centered approach to the completely leader-centered approach. In between these extremes are another four types that blend or offset the “center” perspective. Both approaches can…

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Something is Missing Here

What Important Key is Missing from Most Group Approaches to Problem Solving ?

A lot of wise, published, and acclaimed authors simply do not ‘get it.’ Presumably, most spend time in classroom environments and doing research, but less frequently do they practice what they preach.What is missing from most group approaches to problem solving, that must appear transparent to most writers, but is not? Capturing a sense of…

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Balanced Scorecard

Balanced Scorecard Demands Strategy-Focused Facilitation

Five principles of successful organizations emerged from Kaplan and Norton’s research on successful Balanced Scorecard adaptors. The five principles describe the key elements of building an organization able to focus on strategy and deliver breakthrough results, and they depend heavily on effective facilitation and group ownership. The nineties are arguably the most worldwide productive in…

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