Tools For Change

NOBL helps leaders make change. We train organizations to embrace new attitudes and adopt new behaviors, creating new market opportunities and cultural conditions.
 
 
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Decide Better Together

 

Making decisions is an absolutely necessary function of any productive group. Without decisions, literally nothing happens. Decisions impact how we view leaders and decisions control our fates as individuals within groups.

Decisions are important, yet we rarely pay any attention to how we decide.

Instead of choosing the right decision making model for the situation at hand, we either fallback on norms or simply decide for ourselves in isolation. But a knee-jerk reaction can have irreversible negative consequences, both economically and culturally within our groups.

We built this to support groups in decision making and to help groups become more conscious of their decision making.

 

 

Make Your Meetings Count

 

Team Tempo, The Book

“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” 
–William Penn

Your team can’t improve how you work together if you’re always time-poor and attention-starved. After years of coaching teams at both Fortune 500s and Silicon Valley startups, we’ve found that our most impactful first step is helping teams more effectively manage their time together. By ensuring that the right meetings are taking place and that those meetings are run efficiently, we free up valuable time for deeper conversations and more meaningful work. 

Our process is captured in our Team Tempo book, which offers step-by-step instructions on how and when to run your team meetings. By following our rhythm, your team will experience fewer useless meetings, have more time for action and reflection, and will become more capable of making continuous improvements to your work and how you work together.

 

 

Leading Change Anthology (2014-2017) 

 

Our Greatest Hits

You made this book possible.

Since our founding, we’ve been sharing our thoughts on organizational design and change in our weekly newsletter and across the web. More often than not, the topics originate from you—they’re questions that readers have posed, or problems that clients are facing—and they’re forwarded and passed around to others who are facing similar problems.

This is a collection of our most popular pieces: the articles that people keep coming back to year after year. It’s our way of commemorating what we’ve built together, and of saying thanks for sharing your challenges and your triumphs with us.

So read it. Pass it on to a friend. And if you want to add to the conversation, reach out—we’re already starting on Volume II.

 

 

Join a NOBL Community

 

Request access to our private Slack community exclusive to senior leaders navigating organizational change

 

Join our public Slack community for Org Designers, Management Consultants, and Organizational Researchers (1800+ members)

 

 

Talks & Interviews

 

Our CEO, Bree Groff explains why those at the top of organizations must be instigators of change, and how to work through human responses like resistance and vulnerability.

Our Founder's TEDx talk on complexity science and its role in everyday life

NOBL surveyed 500+ credit unions in the USA to assess the industry's capacity for change

Bud discusses how high-growth startups can build sustainable cultures

Bud speaks about how organizations need to reconfigure themselves for an unpredictable future

Paula Cizek, NOBL's Chief Knowledge Officer warns leaders about simplistic solutions

NOBL, the future of work, and lessons on experimentation at work

How NOBL designs human-driven systems

What it takes for teams and leaders to embrace change

 

 

Our Latest Essays

 
 

 

Our Latest Newsletters

 
 

 

Lessons from The Future of Work

The Future of Work is our library of new ways of working, sourced from the world's leading edge companies.

 
 
 
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