Overcome the immune defenses of organizations against changes

Published by on 2. Dec 2010 in category Concepts

Why do organizations persist in old observation and evaluation patterns although relevant environments change so fast and radical? How come that early recognizable signals are not picked up and evaluated and related findings are not fed in decision processes? How can you ensure that your organization has the routines needed to pick up and evaluate changes and to feed them in strategic decision processes?

We have been concentrating on these questions for many years. Hence we processed them in our practice tool called “Overcoming the immune defenses of organizations”.

Here we show how organizations can detect and overcome their self-centeredness. We offer you a self-assessment of where your organization is positioned free of charge. The analysis of the questions asked in the self-assessment enables you to develop a certain sensitivity for the paradox between preservation and renewal in organizations.

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