Leadership and Organisational Problem Solving: Learning to Lead and Manage the Organisational Maze

Almeric Johnson

Total Pages: 530
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Using an organisational approach to lead and manage an organisation is a complex field, and there are few books written by experienced and qualified authors who fully understand the subject. Almeric Johnson, has written a comprehensive guide for those who want to develop their understanding of these enabling processes of leading and managing transition for change. Offering his years of experience providing many real-life case studies from the workplace that demonstrate the application of the decision-making processes for developing the ability to resolve multiple problems simultaneously. Each aspect is explained thoroughly in an understandable and clear way, covering all the typical concepts and problems encountered when attempting to improve the performance of individuals, teams and the overall organisation.Whether you’re a CEO or an executive who needs a new approach to problem-solving, or if you are already midway through implementing organisational change and experiencing what may appear to be intractable problems you will find this book an extremely useful source of insightful advice, encouragement and practical know-how. These enabling developmental processes are motivationally addictive and will leave you asking why you were not made aware of them earlier.


As a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers he was trained to solve presented engineering problems. As Chief Engineer and in other executive roles he was predominantly required to solve presented organisational problems. Although a member of the Chartered Management Institute, he read for a Master's degree in Organisational Analysis and Development, at the University of Bath, focusing on the psychology of individual and group decision-making behaviour. Within his studies he examined the socio-technical needs that surfaced through the introduction of new technologies. Almeric would consider himself to be an organisational problem solving journeyman who constantly strives to improve his own and other's performance. He works with an applied assumption that all leaders and managers in organisations share the same intent. Almeric is the founder of The Centre for Organisational Management that focuses on improving the quality of leaders and managers decision-making to enable individuals, teams and the whole organisation to succeed. Executive coaching programmes are designed to enable the individual and their teams to directly transfer the developed competencies into the performance of their organisation.  


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