|December 2016 Member Call: Monica Worline – Resourcing Change and Adaptive Culture||Resourcing-Change-Adaptive-Culture2-Worline2.pdf||Organizational structures that are designed to do the normal work of organizations can be redirected in the course of responding to human pain. Redirecting these structures to a new purpose can create a type of collective capability around emotion-based organizing that arises from human compassion in response to pain.Three key questions for resourcing: 1.What can we do with this? 2.How can we connect things to generate new potential? 3.Are there practices we can borrow and adapt?||December 8, 2016 11:03 am|
|LILA member call 12-2016: Monica Worline||Note-from-2016-12-LILA-Member-Call-Monica-Worline-Notes.pdf||Monica Worline, affiliate faculty at the center for positive organizations at the Ross School of Business of University of Michigan and research scientist at Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. Monica’s research looks at how to enliven work and workplaces through courageous thinking, compassionate leadership, and cultures that bring our best to life. Her research addresses challenges you have identified pertaining to how to create the a positive culture at work such as What are the elements of an adaptive culture that drive engagement, motivation resulting in a sense of purpose? What cultural nudges can be put into place by the Chief Learning Officer group to shift the organization towards an intentional succession and talent development mindset? How do you organize for nimbleness in order to respond to market shifts? Monica will now share her thoughts on resources for change.||December 12, 2016 6:07 pm|
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