TLIR Group announces its latest Thought Leadership Seminar: Breaking Out of the Linear, Insular Business Improvement Box

Oakville, Canada (PressExposure) September 28, 2011 -- Key Premise: What is the point of asking people to 'think outside of the box' if HOW each and every demand to change the business is envisioned, planned and executed as if it were inside a linear, insular business improvement box?

Every day, organizations seek to prioritize and address strategic imperatives, operational issues and organizational challenges of varying importance, complexity, scale and scope...

Every day, business leaders are confounded and frustrated by what were supposed to be easy ways to improve the business failing to meet expectations...

The problem lies in the fact that how each demand is envisioned, planned and executed is governed by Linear, Insular Business Improvement Thinking...

Such thinking means that any one demand is envisioned as though it were the only demand; such thinking means that plans are drafted as though the business will stand still in the meantime; such thinking means any business improvement is executed as though it were the only project!

Demands to strengthen, improve, streamline, consolidate or reinvent the business are NOT linear, demand does NOT line up sequentially and, the business does NOT stand still. Today's demands will not be the same as last week and tomorrow's will be different yet again...

Unless and until such thinking is realigned to better serve the needs of the organization and the projects that strive to make the organization better; such thinking will give rise to issues such as...

Such thinking evokes a singular response to each business issue or opportunity...
Enterprise wide clarity and cohesion is absent!

Such thinking is methodology rich and flexibility poor, quick wins outside of process are an anathema...
Innovation is inhibited by dogma; dexterity is stifled by process!

Such thinking spawns a multitude of information silos and process gaps...
Solution centric focus does not enable seamless enterprise wide value!

Such thinking is exclusionary based on process rules and artificial scope boundaries...
Process defines what will be delivered irrespective of real business need!

The good new is, changing how the enterprise thinks about change does not necessarily mean you have to build a new box, you just have to change how the current box is used...!

All Rights Reserved - John Bolden, TLIR Group

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Press Release Submitted On: September 28, 2011 at 1:17 pm
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