It’s really great that Simon Sinek, in a recent video, agrees that Vision comes first. He defines Vision as a “just cause,” something for which you are willing to sacrifice. He also describes the Why as the foundation of a house (i.e. past history) and the house to be built on top as the Vision (i.e. future).
The 4R Model is the basis for ALL religions & philosophies and the 1st three “R’s” (Right Truth, Right Values & Attitudes and Right Actions) are from the early 1980’s with the 4th “R” (Right Results) being added in the late 90’s. In the marketplace of ideas in the relativistic culture in which we live, with rapid redefinition occurring at an astonishing pace, the simplicity and power of the 4R’s is more relevant than ever.
It never ceases to amaze me how something so simple and powerful is routinely misunderstood. But, then again, the predecessor to this was a bell-curve distribution.
My Definition for Flow (and Flow Leadership) is V.A.L.U.E.
Peter Drucker has a very famous quote about the “three things that happen naturally in an organization are:
Back in September of 2014 I posted the following article on LinkedIn:
Recently, Hans Gillior and I conducted a survey on Scaled Agile and then presented the findings at a Meetup on Thursday, 12 Nov 2020. Hans facilitates the Digital Transformation Stockholm Meet-up; and, I do the same for the Stockholm, Agile Governance Community of Practice – Sweden.
Where I share … for the moment I have been blogging on the following links:
- https://pmobrothers.wordpress.com/ (this site is now officially retired)
- https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewkallman/detail/recent-activity/posts/ (only occasionally post here)
In the near future I will be looking at consolidating my posting activity to this website.