Question: values?

So, I’m wrestling with how to characterize useful changes in an organization. I’ve been compiling a list of different tactics (e.g. implement coaching, show-your-work, support curation, etc), and want to map them to the changes you’ll get in the organization. I’ve wanted to tie them to another set of various outcomes: improved participation, innovation, etc. But, while I have the strategies, I’m looking at what breakdowns of outcomes are some minimal useful set. I’ll lay out my very preliminary set of thoughts around the values we’re trying to develop/influence, and I welcome input, pointers, what have you.

My goal, I should be clear, is to try to take specific changes we want in an organization, and have them linked to specific tactics.  And, of course, a new school approach.  That is, tactics that move organizations into directions that create learning organizations.

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