3-module set of Basic Concepts, Working Relationships, Leadership Practices
Whether presenting to prospective clients or to training groups, Dr. Jaques' presentation makes these three modules extremely useful components of any program designed to educate about Requisite Organization basic concepts and practices. Series topics include basic Concepts (1.1), Requisite Working Relationships (TIRRs) (3.3), Requisite Managerial Leadership Practices(6.1). Each topic is also available separately to leave behind with prospective clients after presentation.
These three modules (approximately 30 minutes each) have been extracted from The Requisite Organization Library Video Lecture Series: Tapes One, Three, and Six.
Basic Concepts of Requisite Organization; Tape One, Module 1.1
System, structure, process and six different organizations are explained.
Requisite Working Relationships; Tape Three, Module 3.3
Seven accountabilities and authorities necessary for integrating processes and work flows across the organization and for creating an environment of trust.
Requisite Managerial Leadership Practices; Tape six, Module 6.1
Requirements and conditions for effective managerial leadership, task assignments as values, planning, context setting, feedback, quality and continuous systems improvement.
"I have found these individual segments particularly helpful in the early stages of project work when introducing Requisite Organization to managers."--K. Cason