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Skills and capabilities are in constant flux.
One day one skill is crucial – the other day, a new capability overtakes it. The Knowledge Network Operating Model constantly evaluates and iterates upon the skills and capabilities needed for the organisation to overperform.
This and more I delve into in Element 1: Permanent Home of my new organisational operating model – give it a read and let me know what you think.
You will never have a “finished” organigram, hierarchical structure, or organisational design because circumstances change to force the organisation to change. The ecology shifts, so the organisation must adapt. The Knowledge Network Operating Model, or KNOM, is designed to continually be adaptive, always changing based on circumstances.
I see organisations as living organisms that can either shelter or adapt themselves based on four layers of interacting variables: Product/Service, People, Processes/Procedures, and Culture. Most companies pride themselves on adaption due to rapidly changing environments. Although, what I have experienced is that organisations do not follow such an adaptable mindset. The organisational structure is rigid and needs to reflect the opposite: dynamism and adaptability.
Happy Womens day 2021Photo by Valentina Conde on Unsplash “Feminism isn’t about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” –G.D. Anderson We at Versatile believe in this statement firmly and...
Versatile News We will be rolling out new image and service portfolio in beginning of Oct 2020. Where in new service lines, Brand new trainings and new team members will be announced. Watch this space for more info soon.
Business CoachDuring last week I was running the Agile coaching sessions for 3 teams from one of my clients. For these sessions we did the Simulation of Scrum with Lego which turned out to be very interesting activity for the teams. I used the technics from a paper...