Effective leaders can see the space in and around their organizations. They are also keenly aware of how the pieces move, shift, or align to create opportunities that may be there one moment, and gone the next. Learning to interpret space goes hand in hand with creating new opportunities. Still not sure about the concept? Watch Thomas Muller of the … Read More
Space is opportunity and potential.
This is the second part of a three part series on developing a new language for business. The first part is located here. In architecture, space is the volume or area created or defined by form and structure. It is the opposite of form. The Oxford English Dictionary describes space as the following: A continuous area or expanse that is free, available, … Read More
Form affects experience.
This is the first part of a three part series on developing a new language for business. Form affects how people experience, perceive, and interact with an organization. It is the first step in understanding an organization’s place in an ecosystem. The Oxford English Dictionary describes form as the following: The visible shape or configuration of something. Arrangement of parts. The … Read More