Achieving success by understanding the Organisational Lifecycle.
At the foundation of eﬀective management for any organisation is a fundamental truth that all organisations, like all living organisms, have a lifecycle and undergo very predictable and repetitive patterns of behaviour as they grow and develop.
At each new stage of development, an organisation is faced with a unique set of challenges. How well or poorly management addresses these challenges, and leads a healthy transition from one stage to the next, has a signiﬁcant impact on the success or failure of their organisation.
Some problems are actually very good to have. They are only a problems if you don’t know how to identify and solve them proactively. We will share ideas on how to do this for your organisation, or those that you work with or invest in.
And why is it important to understand the lifecycle model? If you can predict what’s ahead, you can proactively start dealing with tomorrows challenges, today. You can be proactive and not waste time and energy being unaware and unprepared for what you know is around the corner.
About the Presentor
Don McKenzie shares his broad experience from building diﬀerent companies in construction, professional services and technology in diﬀerent parts of the world. Don listed one group on the ASX becoming the youngest MD of a listed entity at that time. Don’s workshops don’t just talk about successes, but shares the lessons learnt from things that did not go as planned. Don brings experience from both sides of the curve.
Introducing Livingstone Shire Councils new “Innovation Mentor”
Kris Trevilyan is a serial angel investor and mentor of startups. She has joined the Livingstone Shire Council for two days a week for 6 months to provide mentor support to existing innovative business and new startups looking to scale, and to investigate the appetite for locals investing in our local talent. She is a self confessed jack-of-all-trades, and comes to us with an open mind and eagerness to work with like minded, energetic self starters.
Grow Your Business Workshop was held
March 26th at The Hub, Beaman Park
12-1.30pm Presentation of Adizes methology.
1.30-4.30pm Apply theory to local business problems and opportunities.
Businesses are invited to attend one or both sessions.