Empower your organization for visionary change.
Organizations thrive in complex environments by harnessing creative energy and talent at all levels.
Leadership and Change in Complex Environments
What We Do
At TruEdge we partner with you to create programs that leverage a participatory approach. Our customized programs inspire leadership and action at all levels of your organization. In other words, we help you create fertile ground where leadership and novel solutions emerge throughout the organization.
Who We Are
We believe our greatest contribution comes from helping leaders recognize the importance of a shared leadership approach, one that knows agility comes from the ability to value and embrace the power of difference.
Successful change in today’s environment requires more than the application of a theory or model. It requires knowledge of how organizational culture, leadership, and creative capacity work together (a whole systems approach) to produce real-time change.
Our practice is built on two pillars: 1) application of current research based on the science of interacting systems, and 2) our roles as consultants and scholar practitioners with over 50 years of combined experience. Our work is focused on partnering with you to leverage existing strengths for continuous learning.
We leave you with improved adaptive capacity that can be applied and developed for years to come.
Our work includes large scale projects, team interventions and more. Click below for samples of recent projects.
VUCA. Have you heard this acronym? If not, then let me suggest that VUCA is a good abbreviation to know and understand, especially if you lead or work in an organization. The word stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. It was coined in a 1998 US army...read more
It’s true! We live in a hyper-paced, deeply interconnected world of unrelenting change where survival depends on an organization’s ability to adapt and transform. Moreover, there is precious little time to consider the proposition. Change or die? The reality is that...read more
On a recent afternoon I sat quietly while listening to a close friend (I will call her Roberta) on the telephone speaking with a management colleague. I am not usually given to eavesdropping, but on this occasion it was obvious that the conversation was tense and...read more