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ABCs of Organizational Improvement

ABCs of Organizational Improvement

The efforts to improve an organizational capability and increase collective IQ can be broken down into:

  • A Activities Performing the day to day functions of an organization (“business as usual”)
  • B Activities Attempts to improve how we do A Activities
  • C Activities Attempts to improve how we do B Activities (“improving how we improve”)

Doug Engelbart proposes that in order to face an uncertain future an organization needs to evolve from a state of business as usual to state of constant improvement, an unfinished revolution.


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