ORGANIZATION AS A RELATIONSHIP SYSTEM
At the master class, we will explore your relationship to your organizations, touch their soul and feel these vibrations.
Since humans have come together to form organizations, there has been an intangible abstract entity. In companies, schools, hospitals, agencies, or any other forms of organization, it is called by various names - core, heart, DNA, or even soul.
Every organization does have a soul and it is created by the people who work there and the relationship between them. Like gravity, it cannot be seen or touched. But just like gravity, you can observe, sense and feel it. It is believed that this is a hidden logic underlying why organizations behave in completely unique ways, both for good and for harm. While it is called by many things, one word gets the most attention - culture.
The professional literature talks a lot about Organizational Culture, but until now, there has been no good theory about why it exists or how an organization can most effectively understand it in order to harness its unlimited supply of energy and position your organization to create endless value and transparency. ...
While definitions of organizational culture vary, most focus on the totality of shared beliefs and attitudes that shape an organization.
Notice how such definitions lend human qualities to an abstract entity such as culture. But then again, the explanation goes so far. In search of exponentially higher value Relationship theory explores why organizational cultures exist, where they come from, and how understand them better.