The OAA Difference
Why Organizational Agility?
The onset of COVID has caused us all to take a step back and rethink what we do and how we do it.
Setting priorities, making difficult choices, linking competing commitments and implementing new capabilities.
Identifying the essential parts of their organization that must be preserved and protected while selecting which parts have become expendable, that is, no longer capable of achieving the desired results, designing experiments and conducting pilots, identifying key metrics.
Developing leaders with a broader range of skills and speed building high performance teams, improving culture and aligning operations.
We spend all of our time talking, working and playing with all kinds of people, who have one thing in common – a deeply held belief that better leadership will build a better world. We draw on those conversations to bring you the thoughts, hopes, joys and frustrations of what those leadership journeys entail. We invite you to follow along – feel free to join in!
Building Personal Capacity
This collection of articles explores various aspects of the challenge of learning and growing our personal skills and willingness to be curious, learn and try new ways of how we show up in our families, organizations and communities.
Being A Leader
These articles are intended for people facing the reality that Leadership is about engaging others but requires us all to make some important choices about how and where to intervene with others. The goal is to align your intentions with your impact.
This grouping is intended to help anyone – whether in a position of Authority or not – increase their Leadership Agility. Leadership Agility is the ability to think, engage and act differently in the face of the dynamic forces at work in the world.