We help leaders learn how to [re]design and [re]build organizations that produce sustainable value for multiple stakeholders – customers, employees, suppliers and partners, investors, society, and the natural environment.
Our vision is a world where all leaders have the knowledge, skills, and abilities + the tools, techniques, and technologies (T3) to [re]create the organizations they really want!
Serving organization architects is why we get up each day and work on creating new and improved tools, techniques, and digital content. We serve all types of organization architects but they generally fall into one of three categories – leaders of existing organizations, entrepreneur leaders scaling up, and the leaders inside and outside the organization who help them.
This site is self-funded and free from external sponsorship or influence. We are free to do what we think is the right thing to do for our members and stakeholders.
We value honesty and integrity in everything we do. With integrity and trust many things are possible, but without it nothing is possible. And, it is the basis for collaboration and teamwork.
We treat everyone with the same high level of respect regardless of their title, knowledge, skills, or accomplishments.
We value collaboration with organization architects of all types. We have not found a single person who knows enough to design an effective organization by their self.
Art + Science
For us, organization design is a theory-led discipline where research and empirical evidence inform leadership and design. Organization design is a creative and context-dependent process that is enhanced when informed by the empirical evidence – what we know works, what we know doesn’t work, and in what situations.
We value designs that do not steal from one stakeholder (including future generations) to serve another stakeholder or our current “needs” or greed. We help you work toward organization designs that generate sustainable value for all your key stakeholders both current and future.
We are working to improve the human condition and having fun doing it. When we are having fun, we are doing our best work. If you are not having fun at work, either you are doing it wrong, or your leaders/managers are doing it wrong, or both.