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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

Key elements of organizational effectiveness:

People

Culture

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www.edbatista.com/2008/05/effectiveness.html


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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

What relationships exist among these elements?

People

Culture

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www.edbatista.com/2008/05/effectiveness.html


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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

People create a culture that shapes them in turn. Future colleagues self-select into an existing culture that meets their needs. (Rinse, repeat.)

People

Culture

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

People implement the organization’s plans, and the culture supports and amplifies (or hinders and dampens) their efforts.

People

Culture

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

The organization’s ability to achieve its goals affects its ability to attract and retain effective people & to sustain a high-performance culture.

People

Culture

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

What defines these elements in effective organizations?

People

Culture

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

  • Invested in the organizational culture

  • Passionate about the organization’s desired impact

  • Appropriately authentic

  • High value placed on interpersonal skills

  • Willing to hold peers accountable

  • Building connections within & across social networks

  • Learning is a personal priority

  • Eager for feedback as an opportunity for growth

  • Using technology to learn, collaborate, network

People

Culture

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

  • Consistent investment in leadership development

  • Leadership expressed at all levels of the organization

  • Emphasis on continuous learning through feedback

  • Successes are celebrated and shared

  • Failures are opportunities for learning

  • Candor is encouraged and rewarded

  • Information is shared freely rather than hoarded

  • Decentralized decision-making & empowered edges

  • Tom Peters: “Hard is Soft, Soft is Hard.”1

People

Culture

1: www.tompeters.com/entries.php?note=010072.php

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From Ed Batista: Organizational Effectiveness

Impact

  • Commonly understood definitions of “impact”

  • Definitions subject to regular review

  • Systematic data-gathering and analysis

  • Distinction between statistics and meaningful metrics

  • Data informs (but does not dictate) decision-making

  • Data complemented by compelling stories

  • Systems complemented by respect for stakeholders

  • Pragmatism: Sunk costs ≠ reason to persist

  • A vision of victory

People

Culture

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