Can an organisation be responsive to transformational change or does it have to be born that way?  Terry reviews a classic article by Argyris and compares case studies of the future of work in organisations with charismatic founders or innovators.  The debate is a useful one as it draws on key elements required within a responsive organisation – purpose, external orientation, engagement, trust, experimentation and conflict.

How can we use this information to ensure that health and social care is delivered in a meaningful way for patients, staff, Health and Social  care?  Terry highlights that a new order of leadership is required that will resonate with individuals, which features frontline change agents who can collectively influence the way care is delivered.

This week has seen the launch of the Challenge Top down Change asking individuals to contribute their ideas on a crowd sourcing platform.  Why not sign in and have your say too?

 

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