Organisation transformation calls for new organisational theories and practices
I support the transformation of organisations by:
Acting as an R&D lab for the creation of new organisational theories and practices. Focal areas: transformation, innovation and value co-creation.
Seeking out and spreading new organisational theories and practices.
Forging relationships with forward-thinking leaders, scholars and service providers.
Providing briefings, exploratory sessions and learning experiences.
Hosting meetings and events.
Carrying out consulting assignments.
- Meeting and conferencing
- Organisation transformation
- Value co-creation
Some of the new organisational theories and practices in my repertoire were created by such luminaries as Otto Scharmer, Gary Hamel, Alex Osterwalder, Ken Wilber, Tony Ulwick, Stephen Vargo and Robert Lusch.
Others I developed myself, during a 25-year career as an independent practitioner specialising in innovation, co-creation and transformation, and working with all kinds of organisation—from small consulting firms and social enterprises to government institutions and global corporations.
Timeline of big organisational ideas and key events | enlarge
My research has taken me into many different fields, including adult education, brief therapy, complexity science, consciousness studies, cybernetics, Eastern and Native American wisdom traditions, group dynamics, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, humanistic and transpersonal psychology, Spiral Dynamics, and various branches of systems theory.
The ultimate purpose of my work is accelerating neogenesis, an evolutionary shift that is sweeping the world of organisations.
- The world of organisations is in the midst of an evolutionary shift that I am calling ‘neogenesis’
- The origins of organization transformation and the Organization Transformation Symposia
- About Jack Martin Leith
Please get in touch if you are interested in exploring new organisational theories and practices.