Posts for Tag: 7-P model

Participating and collaborating in spontaneous networks

Libraries have the ambition to facilitate the creation of knowledge in and for their communities. Taken from a broader perspective, this ambition fits within the trend from meconomics to weconomics as described in The future of business here. Therefore libraries face the same challenge as all organizations in the private and public sector.
They all experience that cooperation, coordination and communication is going to take more and more place in constantly changing constellations. Participating and collaborating in spontaneous networks becomes the new normal. The question is whether organizations are capable to deal with this paradigm shift in the way they work.

The 7-P model for Goverance, Risk and Compliance (part 1)

The McKinsey 7S Framework is a management model that dates back to 1980. It is a well-known  model that is used to help identify what needs to be realigned to improve performance, or to maintain alignment (and performance) during types of change. The 7-P model has a similar function to identify and curate the essence of Governance, Risk and Compliance issues.