Is Vision Scapegoating keeping you from collaborative change?

new-thinking 10 June 2016 staff

Senior Agile Consultant Joe Auslander asks whether Vision Scapegoating is keeping you from collaborative change in our latest contribution to New Zealand's leading IT news site, ITBrief. If so, he says, Operational Dead Reckoning could help you get back on track...

"Have you ever seen a group of people who believe they cannot collaboratively take action until they can collectively agree on the vision for their future? It looks like a team of leaders who have worked for months to agree on the perfect delivery model, with little real change to show. It sounds like a cacophony of arguments about what we should name the different structures and teams in the future. It feels less like collaboration and more like begrudged collective territory sharing." Read full article

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