Ep. 3: Organisational Design in the Connection Economy

Jul 2, 2024

Ep. 3: Organisational Design in the Connection Economy

Jul 2, 2024

In this episode Graeme and Buhle delve deep into the topic of organisational design and the essential components leaders need to consider to build successful and effective businesses that will thrive in the future.

In an interview with adaptive leadership expert, Keith Coats, Graeme unpacks why there has been a shift toward meaningful relationships both inside and outside of organisations, and how navigating these connections can be leveraged to gain competitive advantage.

Graeme and Buhle talk about the practicalities of becoming bionic within organisational structures. Graeme interviews psychologist and author, Tamryn Batcheller-Adams, about her book and they discuss how bold leadership intersects with successful organisational design in the connection economy.

Key questions: which parts of our businesses need transformation and how will we go about making the required changes? Are we holding onto ways of organising and leading that are no longer effective? Are we open to change?

Resources discussed in this episode:

The Dream Society: How the Coming Shift from Information to Imagination Will Transform Your Business by Rolf Jensen
The Connection Economy by Keith Coats
Mavericks: How Bold Leadership Changes the World by David Giles Lewis, Jules Goddard and Tamryn Batcheller-Adams

Connect with Buhle on LinkedIn · Connect with Graeme on LinkedIn · Connect with Keith on LinkedIn · Connect with Tamryn on LinkedIn

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