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ebbfspirit keynote by Larry Miller: spiritual enterprise culture organization and human destiny


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Larry Miller offered a compelling keynote taking us through the way organizations can bridge the gap between believing in a values based approach and actually applying it

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ebbfspirit keynote by Larry Miller: spiritual enterprise culture organization and human destiny

  1. 1. how can ethical business build the future transitioning towards the spiritual enterprise? Keynotes October 12th – 15th 2017 , Bucharest KEYNOTE
 Spiritual Enterprise: Culture, Organization and Human Destiny 
 Lawrence Miller ethical business building the future #ebbfspirit@
  3. 3. Market or Positioning Strategy without a Strategy to Build and Align Culture and Capabilities is Mere Strategic “Wishing”
  4. 4. Adaptation and Alignment What all living organisms do to survive! Is your organization aligned to changing market preferences? Adapting cutting edge technologies? Are skills, systems and structure aligned internally? Are the different organs of the body changing together (structure, systems, skills, style & symbols)?
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  6. 6. © Lawrence M. Miller – 5 Principles of Spiritual Enterprise 1. Honesty: the Foundation of All Virtues 2. The Spirit of Service 3. Justice: The Trainer of The World 4. Consultation: Decision-making in the Knowledge World 5. Unity: The Circle of Commitment 6. Moderation: Abolish Extremes of Wealth and Poverty 7. World Citizenship: The Field of Action 8. Universal Education: Building Social Capital
  7. 7. The Principles of Transformational Leadership 1. The Purpose Principle 2. The Integrity Principle 3. The Unity Principle 4. The Humility Principle 5. The Service Principle 6. The Excellence Principle 7. The Engagement Principle 8. The Empiricism Principle 9. The Diversity Principle
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  12. 12. What is the “Whole-System?” 11
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  17. 17. Co-creation: Stakeholders working together to create the ideal work flow and system to meet customer and client needs. Significant experimentation, rapid evaluation, authority to make changes on-the-spot. Analyze and design the “whole-system” – social, technical and economic. It is all an integrated complex system and cannot be disconnected. Simplify the process – minimize steps, delays, interruptions and opportunities for error. Design the organizational system around the process, from the bottom-up. Zero based organization design. Principles of Managing Change L.M. Miller 16
  18. 18. Discover Current Reality October 15, 2017Lawrence M. Miller 17 1. Business Performance 2. Customer Satisfaction 3. Future Landscape shifts 4. How things work – map the value stream 5. Identify variances and points of control and discovery 6. Waste: cycle time, WIP, costs 7. Motivation 8. Decision Making 9. Structure, systems and skills
  19. 19. Dream the Ideal State October 15, 2017Lawrence M. Miller 18 1. From the customer’s perspective 2. From the business perspective 3. From the employee perspective 4. Account for landscape trends 5. Align with business strategy 6. Dream the Ideal work process 7. Dream the ideal social system
  20. 20. Design the Ideal Future October 15, 2017Lawrence M. Miller 19 1. Map the Ideal future workflow 2. Employ technology 3. Eliminate waste 4. Eliminate causes of variation 5. Speed cycle time and reduce steps 6. Design first level team structure 7. Optimize control, decision- making and learning. 8. Optimize learning process and skills 9. Design decision processes 10.Design all forms of motivation 11.Design networked organization
  21. 21. The Questions Are… You are starting and you lead a new organization. Pick one…Software, consulting, manufacturing? Pick two or three principles of a Spiritual Enterprise. What elements of the technical system and the social system would characterize this organization? As specifically as you can, what would those systems look like? © Lawrence M. Miller – 20