Culture in Action: Use Doctrine to Achieve Alignment and Autonomy

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Presentation by Mark Bonchek at Conscious Capitalism 2014. …

Presentation by Mark Bonchek at Conscious Capitalism 2014.

"Conscious leaders know that authority has its limits, but sometimes feel a tension between autonomy and alignment. You want to empower your people, but can't have everyone going in all different directions. Purpose and values can be too broad, while policies and procedures can be too narrow. Is there a middle way? It turns out there is an answer, and it comes from some surprising places including the Navy Seals, flocks of birds, the U.S. Constitution, and Wikipedia.

In this thought-provoking, hands-on session, learn how to create decision principles that connect to your higher purpose and put your culture into action. You will leave with practical insights for creating a more networked and collaborative organization."

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  • 1. 04.10.14 © ORBIT, 2014
  • 2. • • • •
  • 3. 01 Stick Together 02 Follow Neighbors 03 Don’t Collide
  • 4. DOCTRINE “Fundamental principles by which forces guide their actions in support of objectives. It is authoritative but requires judgment in application.“ NATO
  • 5. MISSION, GOALS, STRATEGY RULES, POLICIES, PROCEDURES DOCTRINE
  • 6. MISSION, GOALS, STRATEGY RULES, POLICIES, PROCEDURES DOCTRINE
  • 7. 01 Listen First 02 Be Transparent 03 Obligation to Dissent
  • 8. • • • • • • •
  • 9. • • • • •
  • 10. Remain neutral. Be considerate Ignore all rules.
  • 11. Write high-quality articles Get along with other editors Work efficiently together Remain neutral. Be considerate Ignore all rules.