Behavioural flexibility is important in any setting with a culture of deliberate creativity. That's why Gregg Fraley is always asking: "are your people having fun?" Not competitive sarcasm with sharpened elbows, or repetitive gallows humour: spontaneous fun. This post looks at approaches psychologists have taken to the question of behavioural flexibility.Read More
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Bob Townley FRSA is looking to understand how the ways change is managed may influence the outcomes. I liked the fact that Bob's research is open to the idea that people and wider organisations may gain from change; but also that emotional loss is real. So I decided to help him recruit research sites.
To complete his doctoral studies at the University of Leicester, School of Management, Bob is currently looking for 2-3 organisations to interview. Please get in touch if:
- Your business, social enterprise or organisation in the voluntary sector has 5-50 staff
- Is located in the UK
- is changing and evolving, either through a managed process or by growing, diversifying or responding to changes in the sector or marketplace
- 3-5 of your people could be interviewed onsite sometime Jan - Jun 2016
If you can help, please read on.Read More
For years now, we have worked with business people on ways of changing culture by doing. Changing by doing is at the heart of intrapreneurial business cultures. Culture changes because people simultaneously:
· do different things (beyond or beside or instead of “business as usual”)
· do things differently.
As a result of the traction they gain through changing-by-doing, people hone their intrapreneurial intelligence.Read More
Improv frameworks, tools, and techniques are being used more and more as part of innovation efforts. It makes total sense: why wouldn’t a group want to have greater access to spontaneous thinking and collaboration skills? KILN has compiled this list of clips (with running times) related to improvisation with an eye towards scaffolding the viewer with the basics first, then the advanced practice you could adopt in innovation programs.Read More