Johnnie Moore

Siloes and networks

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Greg Satell asks What makes an organisation “networked”? He makes some points challenging either-or thinking about networks. So bureaucracies and silos aren’t inherently bad it’s more a question of recognising other networks exist – and you can connect silos usefully without needing to disparage or dismantle them.

In a lot of meetings, I think facilitation can help people to find other ways to connect across the more officially recognised structures, matrices and hierarchies.

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