The system of accountability that most companies use is based on the old vertical management model that depends on authority and control. This old accountability disempowers managers, creates a culture of fear and blame and produces less than optimal business results.
In this two-day session, we walk through the principles and practices of the new accountability and tie this new system into the new model of management that needs to drive every organization that wants to optimize projects and business processes.
Participants are asked to identify problems in the organization associated with the old approach to accountability and to identify changes that would make sense for their organization.
Audience: Senior leaders and all levels of management
Learning Objectives: The major learning objectives for the workshop include:
- How does the new management differ from the traditional vertical approach to managing?
- How does the old accountability support the old management approach?
- How does one fulfill the new accountability?
- Who is accountable for what?
- How is accountability applied in a project environment?