We build the internal capacity of the organization’s executives, managers, and workforce so that the organization is capable of adapting in turbulent times and can build a competitive advantage. Five fundamental principles guide our work:
- Focus on helping the client improve their business results.
- Involve the whole system in developing strategy, designing business processes and organizational structures…this will drive improved business results.
- Build capacity for change into an organization by designing a series of learning forums aimed at achieving the desired future.
- Take an appreciative stance, expanding on best practices in order to unleash the generative capacity of humans.
- Create high-performing teams and entire high-performing organizations in order to achieve fast, flat, flexible organizations.
About the Principal
Craig McGee, Ph.D. has over twenty-five years experience in change management with extensive background in organization development, organization design, process improvement management/executive development, new company/plant startups and technology implementation.
He has served in external consulting, corporate staff and line management roles, and has the ability to blend a strong technical background with pragmatic, sound business judgment. Dr. McGee worked as an internal consultant, line manager and executive for 10 years. Since 1989, Craig has served as an external consultant serving clients throughout the United States and internationally.
He brings experience in a wide range of change methodologies and works with the client group to craft and execute a change process that best suits their needs.
He is co-author of three books in the Collaborative Work Systems series (Jossey-Bass) including the flagship book, Beyond Teams: Building the Collaborative Organization.
Dr. McGee received a B.S., cum Laude, in Psychology from Tulane University and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee. He is Past-President of the Organization Design Forum. Other professional affiliations include the Academy of Management, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychologists, and American Psychological Association.