AN NPQ CLASSIC:
There are three key characteristics every organization should develop in order to create a fruitful environment for shared leadership: adaptability within the leadership spectrum; an orientation toward shared leadership; and a culture of trust. But in order to successfully incorporate shared leadership, organizations must be prepared to, among other things, commit to change, stress across-the-board engagement and accountability, and understand that the process requires an up-front investment of time.
AN NPQ CLASSIC: This remarkable, must-read article looks at the dynamics that make for successful movement networks. It is informed by those who live and lead in the experience of making social change through networks, and it was researched and written by Management Assistance Group, a thought leader in this field. NPQ would like to thank the Barr Foundation for its support of our work on the emergence of networks as a primary driver of successful social impact.