Whole System Change

Aligning and Leveraging Strengths

No business plan, strategy, vision, or team formation can stand the test of time. Depending on the circumstances, organizations need to transition from one state to the next to deal with the challenges of tomorrow. This transition requires organizational change. While conventional change approaches focus on overcoming weaknesses, we focus on aligning and leveraging strengths from a positive change approach.

Peter Drucker: “The task of leadership is to create an alignment of strengths in ways that make a system’s weaknesses irrelevant.”

Whole System Model™

No business plan, strategy, vision, or team formation can stand the test of time. At times, organizations need to transition from one state to the next to deal with the challenges of tomorrow. This transition requires organizational change. While conventional change approaches focus on overcoming weaknesses, we focus on emphasizing opportunities from a Positive Whole System Change approach.

Whole System Change™

No business plan, strategy, vision, or team formation can stand the test of time. At times, organizations need to transition from one state to the next to deal with the challenges of tomorrow. This transition requires organizational change. While conventional change approaches focus on overcoming weaknesses, we focus on emphasizing opportunities from a Positive Whole System Change approach.