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12 Feb, 2019

Sydney hosts Adizes Global Convention

    January 26th saw the beginning of the 2019 Adizes Institute Global Convention. Adizes Associates and their partners, representing nearly 20 countries, came together in Sydney, Australia, to not only develop the methodology, but also analyse specific managerial cases, share experience, and undertake Adizes Certifications.    At every convention, associates have the opportunity to undertake their Certification [...]

12 Feb, 2019

Ushering in a New Generation of Associates – Advanced Phase Training Held in Belgrade, Serbia 

    Phase V SymOrDes™ (Symbergetic™ Design of Responsibilities)  and Phase VI AED™ (Adizes Executive Dashboard) are two of the most advanced phases in the Adizes Program for Organizational Transformation™. In these phases, Adizes Associates help management teams define their structure (Phase V) and then create a transparent financial and objective management information system (Phase VI) that aligns with that Structure [...]

5 Sep, 2018

Computing the Cost of a Life

I remember a discussion I had with some professor in the school of engineering. We debated if their curriculum should or should not include an ethics course. It was triggered by an exam given at the school which asked students to design a machine that could successfully process blood in some enormous quantity. In my [...]

8 Aug, 2017

What is Sales?

This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on July 12, 2017.   In my consulting work, I have come across a phenomena: Companies believe they have a strong sales department when, in reality, they have none. From an accounting point of view, a sale is when an obligation is created for a buyer to give [...]

16 Jun, 2017

When to Trust

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on February 20, 2017. How do you know whether or not you can trust someone? Usually we test them: We give them an assignment or a loan and wait to see what the future brings. This method might work but might turn out to [...]

16 Jun, 2017

Why We Need Mutual Trust and Respect?

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on March 13, 2017. There is need for a culture of mutual trust and respect, a culture of cooperation and collaboration. I am talking about the introduction of synergy, where two plus three is not five but six. In the interaction of diverse entities, [...]

16 Jun, 2017

The Power at Conception 

  In my January 31, 2015 blog on narcissism I reported how I traveled back to my earliest memories and discovered an experience that shaped my behavior all my life. That psychological exercise is a well-known psychotherapeutic technique for treating individuals. It, however, gave me an insight that maybe the technique applies to organizational therapy [...]

16 Jun, 2017

Too Much Can Be Too Bad

This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on June 9, 2015. Early in my consulting career, I found myself constantly impressed by what I called, for lack of a better word, “geniuses.” These were men and women who were incredible scientists or first class students who earned “A” grades in all their classes. Or they [...]

16 Jun, 2017

Super Charging Lean Six Sigma

Posted on January 16, 2017 By Darrell Gooden, Jose Jacinto Juarez and Shoham Adizes In a nutshell, Lean Six Sigma practitioners seek to assist clients in delivering products and services as quickly as possible, on time (speed), with no errors (high quality), and at the lowest price (low cost). Six Sigma was born in Motorola during the 1980′s and was [...]

15 Jun, 2017

Ko je ovde glavni?

Ulazim u banku. Rano  jutro. Imam nameru da proverim prilive i da platim tekuće mesečne rashode. Pokušao sam juče, ali sam zakasnio. U stvari, došao sam koji minut pred kraj radnog vremena banke, ali su oni zatvarali, uz ljubazan komentar osobe iz obezbeđenja: „ Molim Vas dođite sutra, upravo smo zatvorili.“ Pogledah na sat i [...]