The Organizational Development Muse

Long-sight

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

 
Read More ›

Topics: process design, process consulting, Process Consultation, Leading at a Higher Level, discernmentarian, nonprofit leadership, servant leadership, Process consultation and design, It begins wtih design, organizational development consulting, Non-Profit Leadership, organizational process, strategic interim leadership, leadership failure, Organizational Transformation, leadership paradox, Organizational Life Cyle, sustainable vision, strategic planning, executive leadership, contextual leadership, stewardship based leadership, triple loop learning, organizational development muse, Convene, blurred communication, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, small business development, adaptive leadership, Organizational Management, leadership dynamic, action-reflection, mark vincent, organizational clarity, The Tao of Action-Reflection, steward leadership, leadership theory, leadership definition, leadership clarity, Developing Leaders, Change Management, leadership paradigm, Peer-based advising, leadership excellence, CEO peer-based advising,, executive communication, leadership communication, peer-based executive teams, Executive peer-based advising, long term decision making, leadership wisdom, Leadership intuition, forward-thinking realized, capacity building, selfless leadership, open vs. closed organizational systems, business success, organizational strategy, business design, business models, polarity management, one-page planning, organizational development process, society for process consulting, leadership transition, identifying adaptive change, leading organizational change, process chaplaincy, who what when where why how

Successful Succession: continuous organizational leadership

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

This post, first published several years ago has been updated....

Read More ›

Topics: organizational development consulting, leadership succession, ending well, leadership arts, stewardism, contextual leadership, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, organizational life cycle, succession planning

The organizational consulting marketplace

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

1991 was the year my consulting work began. That is long enough, I think, to give me some sense of the field. Here is my construct–a map if you will–that helps me understand the consulting marketplace. Perhaps it can help you also.

Read More ›

Topics: organizational development consulting, contextual leadership, single shingle, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, consultant