from Jack Pachuta
Based on concepts in
his book and his cultural analysis, the program focuses on the organizational structures which are
key to the implementation of a vibrant organization, promoting buy-ins to
Much as the players in a theatrical performance, people
determine how they will cope within the structure by exhibiting the traits
inherent in one of six roles. Learn how to categorize these players and
determine how their attitudes affect the organization.
How Companies Evolve
Over time, all organizations change. By tracking a company's past,
predictions can be made about its future. Learn how to understand the trends
that exist within organizations, determining how they affect current
operations, then making logical plans for growth and new opportunities.
Structures develop based upon the attitudes and beliefs of
the people who hold power within organizations. Learn to recognize the clues
providing insights to internal functioning.
The culture of an organization can be categorized in one of three ways,
each culture having its own philosophy and operational methods. Learn to
understand corporate culture and its impact on the organization.
Mission and Vision
Without a realistic, goal-driven mission, a company cannot have a
vision. Without the correct vision, the organization will not be successful.
Learn what they are and why both are necessary.
Within the organization, a climate exists which determines how
individuals are treated and attitudes formed. Learn how culture affects
Effective Organizational Concepts
To instill a common mission and vision throughout the organization,
certain essential concepts must be grasped and viewed as the norm. Learn
what the "gurus" say about successful programs and find out how their ideas
can become part of daily operations.
Prescriptions for Improvement
Once a commitment for improvement is made, enabling the culture to be
more receptive to new ideas, an organization must develop a cohesive plan.
Learn to follow a list of prescriptions that improves the environment in
which change is implemented.
Personal Action Plan
Any program is only as good as the results it produces. Learn to develop
personal action plans which will be used to chart individual actions and