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Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
Mit Sip October 2009
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  • 1. Creating Exciting High Performing Organizations: Stories and Methods<br />Presented at The Sloan School of Management<br />Roger Saillant<br />October 22, 2009<br />
  • 2. SL<br />SA<br />Smart<br />DA<br />DL<br />Dumb<br />Lazy<br />Aggressive<br />
  • 3. Suns<br />Moons<br />Dark Holes<br />
  • 4. Management Mode(“Work” Structure)<br /><ul><li>Disciplined Performance
  • 5. Act and Monitor Action
  • 6. Implement Action Plans
  • 7. Contribute
  • 8. Develop Skills and Abilities</li></li></ul><li>Leadership Mode (“Camp” Structure)<br /><ul><li>Inform, Share Information
  • 9. Think and Decide
  • 10. Plan Actions To Be Taken
  • 11. Celebrate Achievements
  • 12. Learn From Experience</li></li></ul><li>Impact on the Individual of Participating in Each Mode<br />Impact on the Individual Participating in Each Mode<br /><ul><li>Commitment to Organization
  • 13. Feeling of Identity, Belonging
  • 14. Feeling of Membership
  • 15. Competence and Confidence
  • 16. Self-Esteem, Self-Worth
  • 17. Security Based on Adding Value</li></li></ul><li>Effect of the Organization of Using Each Mode<br /><ul><li>Commitment to Organization
  • 18. Feeling of Identity, Belonging
  • 19. Feeling of Membership
  • 20. Competence and Confidence
  • 21. Self-Esteem, Self-Worth
  • 22. Security Based on Adding Value</li></li></ul><li>Effective in All Cultures<br />Mexico<br />Hungary<br />Portugal<br />Thailand<br />China<br />India<br />Atlantic Automotive<br />Belfast<br />Czech Republic<br />Central America<br />
  • 23. Four Driving Questions<br />Where are you?<br />Where do you want to go?<br />Why do you want to go there?<br />How do you want to get there?<br />
  • 24. Four Driving Questions<br /> Where are you?<br />Revenue<br />Quality<br />Cost<br />Timing<br />Culture<br />
  • 25. Four Driving Questions<br />Where do you want to go?<br />Revenue<br />Quality<br />Cost<br />Timing<br />Culture<br />
  • 26. Four Driving Questions<br />Why do you want to go there ?<br />What does it bring to your customers?<br />What does it bring to the organization?<br />What does it bring to future generations?<br />What does it bring to you?<br />Joy?<br />
  • 27. Four Driving Questions<br />How do you want to get there?<br />First Steps (quarter, year, decade)<br />Who does what by when?<br />What are the feedback loops?<br />
  • 28. Nine Laws of Nature<br /><ul><li>Nature runs on sunlight
  • 29. Nature uses only the energy it needs
  • 30. Nature recycles everything
  • 31. Nature demands local expertise
  • 32. Nature fits form and function </li></ul>Source: Janine Benyus<br />
  • 33. Nine Laws of Nature, cont’d.<br /><ul><li>Nature rewards cooperation
  • 34. Nature banks on diversity
  • 35. Nature curbs excesses from within
  • 36. Nature taps the power limits</li></ul>Source: Janine Benyus<br />
  • 37. The Five Disciplines<br />Systems Thinking<br /> Personal Mastery <br /> Mental Models<br /> Shared Vision<br /> Team Learning<br />Source: Peter Senge<br />
  • 38. Three-Legged Stool<br />Source: Peter Senge<br />
  • 39. High Performing Team<br />Derren Brown and The Orchestra<br />

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