Personal Context Workplace WWUBlog

personal context workplace

For successful “whole system – whole person organization of work (WOW),” YOU must articulate your Personal Context Workplace. Also, known as your “personal organization of work (POW).” In doing so you gain deeper insight into your work via the assignment of accountability and responsibility.In addition, you can identify the recognition and reward you require in support […]

Well Living Workplace WWUBlog

Well Living Workplace

A business pivot benefits from your ability, readiness, and willingness to manage and lead the well living workplace – a place of work where people live and work well together. There are 10 key concepts/practices associated with creating a place of work where people enjoy what they do and do what they enjoy. They are: Lead from […]

Management Leadership WWUBlog

management leadership

A business pivot benefits from your ability, readiness, and willingness to explore and discover the management leadership approach you’ll revise continuously – as you move forward – based on lived experience and adoption of new concepts/practices. Two of the best ways to stay abreast of management leadership tools and techniques are: mentor others within your grouping and […]

Groups Teams WWUBlog

groups teams

A business pivot benefits from your ability, readiness, and willingness to manage and lead groups teams, and more. When one or more people gather to work on a task, they create a group. The form and function of the grouping is important to nurture and nourish the organization of work. To realize the intended action_outcomes, it’s important […]

Imagined Future and Current Reality WWUBlog

Imagined Future Current Reality

A business pivot benefits from your ability, readiness, and willingness to explore and discover your Imagined Future Current Reality informing your workplace – organizational culture. You work from Imagined Futures – those areas of work inside and/or outside the organization where you are called to map, manage, and measure wise use your organization and personal allocation […]

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