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Planosaurus unveils a monstrous new Infographic that introduces the 12 most famous Organizational Monsters

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When people work together effectively in a structured way, they can produce better ideas faster and with fewer resources. For collaboration to reap big benefits, both an organizational framework and individual competencies must be in place for six key areas: collaborative groups, communication, coordination, culture, focus and process. When there are cracks in the organizational foundation or gaps in manager skill sets that signals an opportunity for Organizational Monsters to invade your organization, strategies, programs and projects and reap havoc on your collaborative efforts. Once they are in, they cost you time, money, results, credibility, and momentum.

This Infographic introduces the twelve Organizational Monsters who make themselves at home at the organizations expense. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with ‘Black Hole’ and ‘Meetapalooza’ (Groups), ‘Loop’ and ‘X-Lack’ (Communication), ‘Creep’ and ‘Quicksand’ (Culture), ‘Dis Respect’ and ‘Whatever’ (Focus), ‘Left & Write’ and Wasteful (Management), and ‘Circle of Strife’ and ‘Wing It’ (Process).

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About Megan Wilmoth

Megan Wilmoth is the president of Planosaurus, a women-owned consulting firm that helps organizations eliminate the common threats to collaboration they affectionately call Organizational Monsters so that projects, programs, boards, committees, and teams can consistently achieve collaborative productivity. With twenty years of experience, she has provided a wide range of planning and management services to organizations ranging from Fortune 500, large and medium-sized companies, trade associations, non-profits, and government agencies. She is fueled by quality coffee and the opportunity to make the thankless job of managing collaborative managers easier.

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  • February 10, 2014

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