Process

The Missing Link: Vision for Process In Ambitious Change Efforts

Introduction All change efforts begin with the recognition that something just isn’t working. Sometimes the solution is clear, but often people can only agree on the pain being caused by the problem. How the problem is solved often depends on the skills of the leader. Vision vs. Process Leaders who are particularly strong at developing …

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Assessing Your Strengths as a Change Leader

Great change leaders balance skills across four domains: Vision, Process, Relationships, and Problem Solving. It’s the well-rounded change leader who is best able to navigate constant change. While it’s common for some leaders to have areas of relative strength, focusing too heavily into one or two of these domains often means the others atrophy and …

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Change Cycles for Progress and Accountability

We tackle many kinds of change projects at Outside Angle—everything from helping new start-ups grow to helping organizations pivot in the face of a shifting landscape to supporting visionary leaders in realizing their big ideas. Across all project types and sizes, we continue to find value in organizing complex work into purposeful change cycles. These …

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team retreats

Make Team Retreats a Process, Not a Moment in Time

When the entire staff at Literacy Pittsburgh came together for their semi-annual all staff retreat, the agenda was no surprise to anyone. CEO Carey Harris and her leadership team had been preparing for it ever since the last staff retreat wrapped up six months before. For anyone attending, it was easy to see the through-line. …

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