Improving Organizational Effectiveness & Performance
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Focuses on Tools for Leaders and Managers that Enhance Organization Results: #EmpoweringEffectiveness
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Effective Delegation Can Impact Organizational Effectiveness - Delegating Not Only Saves Time and Money, It’s a Real Motivator!

The many benefits of delegating. http://t.co/9psTLfSfPm #association #associationmanagement #leadership... http://t.co/Oh7xQLtKQy
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And why shouldn't it? Sharing power or control, trusting someone, are part of delegating and are a great way to build engagement. Engagement, in turn involves extra commitment and contributions and leads to cheaper and  better results. This is by definition more effective. 

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Managing For Disruption

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At its core, disruption is an informational problem more than anything else. The answer to it isn’t trying to dig in to protect individual nodes, but to create a network that is at once more cohesive and expansive.
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Sustainable Adaptation is about the capacity to shape the future of an organization.  The creation of cohesive, expansive networks is one useful way to build adaptability that will last. Learning organizations are another with an internal focus.  The approach to sustainable adaptation must include an organization’s current portfolio of competencies, and building new competencies to capture a larger share of markets or new market opportunities. Speed, agility, quality, better intelligence and other advantages that enable not only out maneuvering competitors but also change the playing field to more effectively use an organization's strengths. 

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Four Pillars Of Leadership: Focusing on Greater Organizational Effectiveness

Four Pillars Of Leadership: Focusing on Greater Organizational Effectiveness | Improving Organizational Effectiveness & Performance | Scoop.it
Listening to CEOs and other senior leaders talk about building businesses is always a privilege.
Frank J. Papotto, Ph.D.'s insight:

I don't find it that surprising the leaders described in this article converged on what I would call the four components of organizational effectiveness: Adaptation, Engagement, Alignment and Execution.  Good leaders understand that they and their enterprise must be proactive and adaptive, engage their workforce and other stakeholders, clarify and focus organization activity, and insure excellent execution. 

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Not everything should be considered strategic.

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What is Your Organisation’s Purpose?

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Purpose is all about the Why? Why does your organisation exist? What does it stand for in the world? And what difference would it make if it wasn’t there? (RT @pdiscoveryuk: What is Your Organisation’s Purpose?

Via Alexis Assimacopoulos
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All that organizations and leaders do to align with purpose improves performance results.  More focus, clearer direction, less needless activity, more engaged people, hopefully more flexibility in means to achieve important ends...l 

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Internal & External Communication Tactics to Increase Organizational Effectiveness

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Internal & External Communication Tactics to Increase Organizational Effectiveness. As technology continues to change, so too do the way that organizations communication both internally and externally.
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Good communication is vital to every organization; these tips can be helpful, but ultimately organization cultural norms as well as individual preferences will win out in determining how communication takes place.  The goal is to find methods of communication that insure mutual understanding and most often these have to be two-way at least to some extent. It really is a pervasive awareness of the importance of good communication that characterizes the most effective organizations. The abundance of tactics that can be used is certainly helpful in this regard. 

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