You know the problem you face but the solution evades. Your aspirations are high, but no toolbox and no textbook response fit. Only the charlatans promise an easy solution. Quick remedies are fake and denial is widespread.
What the organisation you lead needs to learn is against the norm. The beliefs you challenge run deep. They are a matter of pride and identity.
Teams avoid the work that needs to be done. They know it threatens peace, habit and harmony. The people with the problem are the problem – but they are also the solution. If they join you, the battle is almost won.
Richard Pascale, associate fellow and author of Managing on the Edge and Surfing the Edge of Chaos, will explore with participants who attend FIPP’s Executive Programme for Innovation and Change, what they can do to tackle individual adaptive challenges – problems that are difficult to pin down and for which there are no easy solutions. Adaptive work isn’t easy – but the reward is more than worth the effort.
Book your place before 14 March and save yourself at least £1,000
FIPP member Early Bird rate: £9,995* or full rate at £10,945
Non-member Early Bird rate: £12,995* or full rate at £14,225
Breakdown of costs
Oxford faculty expertise (£7,975)
On-site accommodation (six nights £1,320)
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and planned social activities (Sunday evening to Friday lunchtime £700)
The breakdown figures are based on an early bird FIPP member rate. Prices do not include VAT, so please add 20 per cent to your booking.