Your organization is an organism.
It is a living, breathing collective comprising individuals, teams, information systems, formal and informal rules, communications, and objectives.
Over time, our organizations' health can suffer as needs and opportunities change. Our once shiny exteriors dull as flagship products are disrupted or phased out. The vigor our managing teams once led with is worn out as biases developed through experience impede innovation and obscure vision. Or our entrepreneurial exuberance isolates critical strategic partners, burns out high-value employees, or introduces ideas too soon.
Our health suffers.
Are you keeping a finger on your pulse?