This report takes an enterprise-wide perspective on improving individual, group and organisational performance. Written with a number of IHC Associates, the content is a rich amalgam of thought leadership in disciplines.

Written By Imre Hegedus and Associates (2012)

Contributing authors: Michael King and Dr Jane Kovacs, Jeremy Scrivens, Kimberly dela Cruz Odom, Robert Lamb

What is it about?

This report takes an enterprise-wide perspective on improving individual, group and organisational performance. Written with a number of IHC Associates, the content is a rich amalgam of thought leadership in disciplines including:

  • visualisation methods;
  • organisational change management;
  • process management and process improvement methods;
  • appreciative inquiry;
  • learning theory;
  • intrinsic and extrinsic motivation

A unifying theme of the report is that of Systems Thinking.

Why read it?

This report will assist the reader to:

  1. Effectively visualise and communicate key elements of their enterprise to senior executives;
  2. Understand the change process from both personal and enterprise perspectives;
  3. Sustain process improvements through the practical integration of process improvement methods and tools with process management methods and tools;
  4. Take a strength-based approach to traditional process improvement and change management;
  5. Sustain performance improvement through the application of theories of learning and motivation

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The ability to visualise your enterprise as a dynamic system is the first step toward being able to manage and improve it as a viable business.

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