Speed and complexity drive reactivity in leaders. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with the chaotic storming resulting from shifting priorities, ad-hoc emerging needs, and misalignment from unclear information flows. We develop the clarity, resilience, and agility in leaders and their teams to achieve unprecedented results from organized chaos.

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VUCA Meeting Checklist

The reflection questions in this worksheet help ensure that you are effectively practicing the antidote to VUCA during problem solving meetings – namely, using vision to counter volatility, understanding to counter uncertainty, clarity to counter complexity, and agility to counter ambiguity.

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  • How to Jump the Hurdles of Team Effectiveness
    by Virginia on February 12, 2019 at 5:53 pm

    Teams need a structure in which to operate, and without one they can easily run amok. Creating structure for a team is so simple that it’s often assumed by the members of a team. They may think, "we are all smart and know what we are doing and what we are trying to achieve... We don’t need to explicitly declare it, do we?" […]

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  • How You Can Effectively Support Teams Facing Constant Change
    by Jonathan on February 12, 2019 at 5:41 pm

    When I reflect back on the teams I was a member of during rapid and constant change over my 15 years in high-tech product development, what I remember most is how much habitual reaction I witnessed - both in myself and others. I’m talking about the quick, automatic behaviors (like retorts or knee-jerk emails) that occurred without much thinking.  During periods of intense firefighting and reaction to events unfolding outside the team, the gap between thought and action was razor-thin - and discussions were fast and frequently furious. So what exactly was I witnessing and what could we have done about it? […]

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