The Four Window Organisation, JoHari Window

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Four Windows of the Organisation

Four Windows on the Organisation and Blindness A JoHari window is a cognitive psychological tool created by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham to help people better understand their interpersonal communication and relationships. Can you apply it to a business?

Often businesses are viewed from a single linear dimension rather than looking at it as a multi-domain. If you are familiar with the work of the Cognitive Psychologists Luft and Ingham (the JOHARI Window) then you will recognise the model in our article. All that we have done is to take a simple concept of feedback and information sharing which impacts on the size of any window and apply it in the context of a business. Read More >>>>>>>>>>>>

Change Management

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Change Management

Ultimately only succeeds by engaging hearts and minds. Organisational change can only be built upon team and individual change.  Strong and supportive leadership can ensure that the individual changes support the organisational change. The nature of that support depends upon the characteristics of the organisation. Understanding organisational metaphors such as machine, political or organism is key to determining the kind of leadership required. But in all cases, change needs to come from within rather than just be driven from the top. According to Senge and Cameron & Green the role of change management is to ensure that ‘within’ commits to and delivers the change. Read More >>>>>>>>>>>>