Organizations are a complex group of interrelated connection of beliefs, values, attitudes, behaviours and perspectives that I would like to say a majority of the time sync. But in reality they don't. But how is a business measured in terms of its success? Just by turnover and profit?
Yes these imperatives are essential because let's face it, what's the point of being in business if you are not making money? But what does a business really look like within all its complexity and journey towards success?
I've been blessed to have worked within many different company's and corporations to have heard and been part of enough conversations outside of the boss's office to recognise the 'health' of an organisation apart from how much profit it makes. The 'water cooler' conversations are the most valuable and revelatory moments that give enough insight into the dynamics and interconnectedness of a company's attitudes and perspective outside of the boardroom. Oh to be a fly on the wall! Not that fly's can hear of course, because they can't.
Mindcraft follows a format for organizational development with maximum efficiency and minimum time and resources. It is a form of ‘crowd sourcing’ and ‘appreciative inquiry’ which can be used to bring together a company or any group or organisation to focus on a specific problem or question; MindCraft allows for participants to co-create experience, learning and solutions in a way that unlocks creativity. This will help anyone looking for a method for encouraging participation, engagement, equality and inclusion. All in all it is a 'Dedication to the Truth' that clears chaos and creates unity.
MindCraft use a format that is often used by large companies, local government, community activists, and forward thinking organisations everywhere, from gatherings of 5 to several thousand people, from a couple of hours to several days. It might be crucial to the future of politics and education.
When it comes to organizational development and appreciative inquiry, MindCraft has been recognised in creating the most engaging of responses and thus the best results.
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