The Enlightened Enterprise
The unenlightened organization invests too much attention to trends in the external environment and what competitors or other organizations are doing. The enlightened organization invests more in developing new and unique capabilities that enable it to actually shape, rather than respond to, forces in the external environment.The Enlightened Enterprise integrates principles from a diverse set of domains, including the physical sciences, behavioral psychology, human consciousness and spirituality, and organization effectiveness to create a conceptual blueprint for the successful enterprise of the future.Why is it that with everything we know about what makes organizations work well, most still grind-away, seemingly "in the dark," and fight for survival? The main problem with most organizations today is that they act and behave in unconscious ways.
About Christian M. Ellis
As a management consultant and professional services firm executive for over twenty years, Christian Ellis has worked closely with over fifty organizations across a variety of commercial industries and social sectors to help them improve overall enterprise results. His consulting work has focused on organizational effectiveness, workforce development and productivity, high performance cultures, compensation and reward systems, and enterprise transformation.