Our current structure for most of our meetups starts with short check-ins or introductions by each person (depending on number of new & old attendees present). This is followed by a short presentation or activity related to an interesting or inspiring organizational design theme, led by one of our members and allowing for plenty of interaction and conversation for learning. Leaders sign up ahead for topic areas. We occasionally vary this structure, for example to focus on a particular case study organizational example brought by a member, or to take advantage of out-of-town guests with expertise passing through.
We have made a list of areas we want to further explore; thus many of the learning themes are selected from this list, based on the passion and energy of whoever offers to present.
Our short-list of areas to learn more about from a "teal" perspective (always open for revision):
• culture & values • onboarding & ongoing training • transparency • accountability & performance management • conflict resolution • coaching • organizational structure • natural hierarchy • project teams • decision-making & power distribution • meetings • advice process • team-building • objectives & targets, metrics, feedback loops • focus on excellence • change management • compensation
• moments of transformation
These areas intertwine with the main underlying "teal" principles:
Leader: Stuart Ramsing
Topic: The Paradigm Shift
Details: What beliefs and behaviors must one change to achieve one's imagined vision (self, purpose, etc.)? An exploration of the box we've constructed for ourselves.
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