Executive Training Modules
CONTENT: Detailed instruction on the organizational issues of leadership, with practical problem-solving incorporated into the curriculum.
All courses are delivered on online, with a real-time, live instructor (Dean Meyer), via the internet (a private webinar).
All courses are delivered in house, i.e., on a private basis for each individual client, to ensure open discussion and focused problem solving.
All courses are $750 per course-hour of training, regardless of the number of attendees. This price includes all necessary preparations. Books and licenses are sold separately.
Attendees are responsible for their own long-distance telephone and internet costs.
Next step: To schedule a course or design a curriculum of courses to fit your needs, simply contact us: 203-431-0029. A purchase order or letter commitment will suffice as a contract.
Vision: A series of sessions focused on communicating a clear vision of the ideal organization, the end-point of a transformation process, based on the business-within-a-business paradigm.
Vision 101: The Business Within a Business Paradigm
Vision 201: Systemic Change
Vision 301: How to Craft Vision Statements
Vision 302: Review of Draft Vision Statements
Vision 303: Review of Final Vision Statement
Vision 401: How to Do Systemic Root-cause Analysis
Vision 402: Review of Root-cause Analyses
Vision 501: Transformational Action Planning
Vision 901: Political Strategies based on the Business-within-a-business Paradigm
Culture: A series of sessions focused on the behavioral patterns (habits and conventions) and values generally adopted within an organization.
Culture 101: The Behavioral Approach to Culture
Culture 201: How to Craft Actionable Cultural Principles
Culture 202: Review of Draft Cultural Principles
Culture 203: Review of Final Cultural Principles
Culture 204: Culture Roll-out Process
Culture 901: Culture as a Problem-solving Tool
Structure: A series of sessions focused on the definition of jobs and the reporting hierarchy (organizational chart), as well as the processes that combine people into teams as work flows across organizational boundaries.
Structure 101: Overview of Structural Cybernetics
Structure 201: The Building Blocks of Structure
Structure 202: Review of Proposed Organization Charts
Structure 203: Leader Selection Process
Structure 301: How to Write Domain Statements (Boundaries)
Structure 302: Review of Draft Domain Statement
Structure 401: How to Do Walk-throughs
Structure 402: Review of Walk-throughs
Structure 501: Announcement and Migration Process
Structure 502: Announcement Day Lecture
Structure 503: Migration Check-point
Structure 901: Resolving Structure Problems
Governance: A series of sessions focused on the resource-governance (financial) processes, including the budgeting, chargeback, project-approval processes, and resource tracking.
Governance 101: The Big Picture
Governance 201: Business and Budget Planning, and Rate Setting
Governance 290: Business and Budget Planning, and Rate Setting -- Intensive Training With Case Study
Governance 301: Designing Market-based Governance Processes
Governance 302: Policies and Details of Market-based Governance Processes
Governance 901: Resolving Resource-governance Problems
Methods: A series of sessions focused on the procedures, methodologies, skills and tools that people in the organization used to do their jobs.
Methods 101: When to Install Which Methods
Methods 901: Resolving Methods Problems
Metrics and Rewards: A series of sessions focused on the feedback loops that inform people about how they are doing in time to adjust their behavior, and incentives for improving performance.
Metrics and Rewards 101: Types of Metrics and How to Use Them
Metrics and Rewards 901: Resolving Metrics and Rewards Problems
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Contact: Brian Jones, 916-329-7300