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Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
Lifecycle of an organisation
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Lifecycle of an organisation

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Just like any being an organisation goes through different phases in its evolution. This Friday we are going to take a closer look at these stages: pioneering, differentiating, integrating and …

Just like any being an organisation goes through different phases in its evolution. This Friday we are going to take a closer look at these stages: pioneering, differentiating, integrating and associating as Lievegoed / Glasl identify them. Using the evolutionary theory of these and other scientists as background, the changes a company goes through are explained.

Working in a start-up or being closely in contact with young, developing companies, we can observe changes everyday. But how do all these changes happen? With this presentation I hope to give you a tool to analyze the current life stadium of your organisation and to anticipate next phases.

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  • 1. Lifecycle of an organization Bettina Gross
  • 2. Grow or go
  • 3. The Cycle of LifeBirthDevelopmentFlourishmentTransformation /Death
  • 4. 4 Phases oforganizational evolution
  • 5. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating Integrating
  • 6. Pioneering 4 Phases of- Organization is foundedAssociating Differentiating- Mainly influenced by the pioneerorganizational evolution- Autocratic- Vision is main focus of organization Integrating
  • 7. If they cannot imaginethe future, they cannot create it. - C. Prahalad, 1999
  • 8. Pioneering 4 Phases of Associating Differentiatingorganizational evolution Integrating A big family
  • 9. Pioneering - Organization is founded - Mainly influenced by the pioneer - Autocratic - 4 Phases of A big family Associating Differentiatingorganizational evolution First symptons of crisis: - A too fast changing environment - Fast organic growth with unknown customers - New hires that do not match the leadership style Integrating
  • 10. Pioneering 4 Phases of Associating Differentiatingorganizational evolution In full crisis & transition Integrating
  • 11. Pioneering- Organization is founded- Mainly influenced by the pioneer- Autocratic- 4 Phases of A big family Associating Differentiatingorganizational evolution More crisis: - Decreasing profits - Conflicts with the leadership style, communication & information - Decrease in motivation, strength & flexibility Integrating
  • 12. Pioneering Scientific ManagementAssociating Differentiating Integrating
  • 13. Pioneering- Successful entrance in the marketAssociating philosophy- Make & sell Differentiating- Tasks as main drivers- Structure, standards & controllability Integrating
  • 14. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating Order & Structure Integrating
  • 15. Pioneering- Successful entrance in the market- Make & sell philosophy- Tasks as main drivers- Structure, standards & controllabilityAssociating DifferentiatingSymptons of crisis:- Inflexibility- Coordination & communication problems- Process problems- Rivalries Integrating
  • 16. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating Intrapreneurship Integrating
  • 17. Pioneering- Synthesis of pioneering & differentiation- Development of a complete organism- Horizontal orientation-Associating High autonomy, responsibility & self-initiative Differentiating- Decentralized, autonomous teams Integrating
  • 18. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating A living organism Integrating
  • 19. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating Borderdissolution Integrating
  • 20. Pioneering - Linking & interaction with the environment - Lean enterprise systemAssociating - Complete value creation Differentiating stream of entire supply chain - Company biotopes (~ Keiretsu) Integrating
  • 21. Focus not just on yourcompetitors, but also on your collaborators and complementors. - C. Shapiro, 1998
  • 22. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating A living organisational biotope Integrating
  • 23. PioneeringAssociating Differentiating Integrating
  • 24. Pioneering Transformation to a new phase =Associating Differentiating Transformation to a new organizational culture Integrating
  • 25. Pioneering- Cultural conflict- Entrenched mindsets and behaviorsTransformation:Associating- Old organizational culture Differentiating- New values, vision and mission statement that are lived by key people- A self learning living organism Integrating
  • 26. A living organism

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