People, Purpose, Profit – Which one is your organisation good at?
People Purpose Profit organisations put an equal emphasis on each of these components in their organisation. It is very rare to find any organisation that does each of these pieces equally well.
Many practitioners are so focused on their roles that they don’t step back to assess the organisation through the 3 Ps' perspective.
The implications for practitioners include:
* Over focus on one of the Ps can mean a risk of leaving the others out
* Often the over-focus is on profit and this means that the purpose or meaning in the organisation is not being utilised to garner discretionary effort.
Takeaways from the event:
1. A Whitepaper describing this phenomena.
2. Examples of organisations that do the 3 Ps well, as aspirational examples
Speaker: Michelle Crawford, Chief Conversationalist, Being More Human
This forum is open for AHRI members and non-members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.
For AHRI members, linked organisational members and AHRI student members registration for this forum is free of charge to attend.
- Sign in with your username and password and click ‘REGISTER MYSELF’
- To finalise your registration, click ‘PROCEED TO CHECKOUT’, confirm all details are correct and click ‘SUBMIT ORDER’
You will receive an automatic email to confirm your registration.
Limited places are available for non-members to attend this forum at no charge.
- Sign in with your username and password* and click ‘REGISTER MYSELF’
- To finalise your registration, click ‘PROCEED TO CHECKOUT’, confirm all details are correct and enter your credit card details. Click ‘SUBMIT ORDER’
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
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Registration closes Monday 29 May 2017
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