Making sense of organisational health

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April 28, 2024

Making sense of organisational health

McKinsey’s latest findings on organisational health “demonstrate that it remains the best predictor of value creation and a sustainable source of competitive advantage in today’s global marketplace.” Central to their posit is that organisations that practise data-driven decision-making are 63 percent more likely than others to adapt to a changing business environment. The causes of, […]

April 12, 2024

Why Tensense is a Unique Tool for Enabling Effective Organisational Change

McKinsey has, rightly, celebrated the work of: ‘Daniel Kahneman, author, economist, and psychologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Science in 2002 for his seminal work on human judgement and decision-making, who passed away on March 27 at the age of 90. In his best-selling 2011 book, Thinking, Fast and Slow (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), […]

Organisational Sensemaking for Accountants
March 15, 2024

Delving Deeper into Organisational Sensemaking™ in Accountancy Firms

Recognised social psychologist Karl Weick defines Organisational Sensemaking™ as the process through which people in organisations explore, interpret, and create frameworks to convert unprocessed data into meaningful, actionable, information. It is a constantly evolving process crucial to shaping organisational decisions and strategies. Its practice is of paramount significance in the field of accountancy.  In today’s […]

Red Arrows
August 20, 2020

The Red Arrows cannot fly away from uncomfortable truths

This article is a refreshingly honest account of how intuitive sensemaking drives our emotional response to our environment.

sensemaking
July 30, 2020

The Challenge of Sensemaking for Leaders

Organisations experience novelty, either when their activities have resulted in them facing situations for which they were not prepared and had little or no experience, or because external events have forced them into the same space.