I was fortunate to attend ASAE’s Great Ideas conference at the lovely Broadmoor March 25th to 27th. I heard some great sessions, including one by John Kao on the connection between jazz composition and business innovation and thanks to Reggie Henry, better ways to use my iPad. I saw many friends and met some new contacts. One of my favorite encounters was with a colleague who had his toy terrier, Doc, in tow. I wish my dog were that portable. I also really loved the opportunity to speak on one of my favorite topics, organizational culture. It was fun leading a large room of 60 or so in an exercise to determine their cultures then strategize on enacting culture change.
To read more about the Idea Lab session, check out Julie Shoop’s post, Can you change your association’s culture? on the Acronym blog.
Below is a copy of my presentation. If you want to find out more about your organizational culture, click on these links for handouts and tools to help you. Let me know, if your association’s culture is in fact eating your strategy for breakfast.
~ Post by Jodie Slaughter, FASAE, President and Founding Partner