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Systems Thinking

Step back and look at the big picture. In order to change organizational performance, you must step back and look at the big picture. It is big-picture thinking that is systems thinking.

Systems thinking is about recognizing patterns and looking for the trends that direct a business. This is a normal business activity in many areas such as accounting, sales, logistics and manufacturing. It also exists in leadership, but is less frequently used because the numbers are considered soft. However the nature and tone of interactions within the workplace have more impact than your strategy. How the strategy is executed determines its success.

A broad view brings opportunities into focus

LeadSync looks at the big picture and analyzes how the organization is structured and how each area and the individuals within each area interact and relate with one another.

Within an organization we know there are silos, cliques and concentrated areas of interaction. These natural streams may or may not serve the organization; in fact, they often undermine the stated strategic goals.

Systems thinking teaches a different way of looking at the organization and situations. This broadens the view and allows problems to be solved through a greater perspective. As the systems thinking skills are strengthened, they can be applied to assess the community within the organization with clarity and objectivity.

Systems thinking allows leaders to view their business and industry from another vantage point that reveals a clear path and direction around obstacles.

When you change the way you look at things, new opportunities and solutions appear.

To gain a new perspective and see new opportunities, contact LeadSync at 317-291-4843.


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