It looks like now is the time that the world will say that a new management system is being considered by the mainstream. Why? Well, its not because it is new - its been around for a long time. No, its because Peter Senge has said so publically in a journal. The Stanford Social Innovatioin Review - Winter 2015.
The article is a good description of a new form of leadership that we desperately need. We need to replace the command & control style of management that has blighted our organisational lives over the last 100 years. It is a shame it has taken so long to come about.
What is system leadership? Well, maybe a comparison between command & control will be show a good summary of what it is.
It requires a depth of commitment, and they need to look at themselves for how they need to change. Our current assumptions need to be challenged.
The space for change needs to be created where collective intelligence and wisdom can emerge.
Systemic change needs real intelligence and wisdom.
You need to practice at it, and earn, and keep doing that.
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