Like it or not, we’re all part of an ecosystem.
In the development work that we do, we view things from a systems perspective.
Here’s why we think it’s important.
The world we live in has become overwhelmingly interdependent and intetwined. Not to mention uncertain, complex and ever-changing. Every human decision, every act inevitably impacts some part of the whole. We want to understand how the various parts are linked within the system and recognize that one cannot flourish without the others.
We see individuals, teams, organizations and communities as social systems.
Systems are made up of parts, each one connected to the others.
A problem can appear isolated, but is it really? One wobbly joint, left untended, can topple the entire structure.
To continue to exist, systems must be developed and strengthened.
We invite you to look at
the big picture
Here’s how it can be of value to you.
Take a look at your organization. What might be happening that’s hindering movement toward your goals? Perhaps you’re growing so fast you can’t fill in the talent gaps quickly enough.
Is there enough accountability across the organization? Are your managers managing more and leading less? Are your people not communicating across departments, causing inefficiencies, lack of synergy, creating silos?