It was a pleasure to meet you during the recent TOCICO conference. I am really interested in learning about your approach to organizational structure.
Is there any source that I can consult in order to study your methodology?
So good to meet you in Chicago/St. Charles. You asked a difficult question. I couldn't answer it at the conference, and not sure I am going to give you a coherent answer today.
I think there is no way to learn this methodology right now. Some folks like to point out to various books:
Requisite-Organization- Effective-Managerial- Leadership/dp/1886436045/ref= sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339607567& sr=8-1
Executive-Leadership- Complexity-Developmental- Management/dp/0631193138/ref= sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339607657& sr=8-1
Capability-Individual- Potential-Application/dp/ 0962107077/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8& qid=1339607684&sr=8-1
But I don't think you can really learn the practice from a book. Try learning martial arts from a manual. You need a teacher, practical experience, keen interest (which you have), good books/papers (above), and residency.
I am beginning to believe that there has to be a paradigm similar to medical doctors:
A Set School Program with experienced instructors
Residency, where you get to practice
None exists today. There is not a business school in the world that offers a single course, especially overtime, into any of these concepts.
I am slowly putting up articles, but even there I do not describe the exact methods of getting the data and approach. I am going to put a book out, but even that would not be sufficient. To answer your question, we need to create a set course, 2-weeks at least (4-weeks better), and then 1-2-year practice, where you would have support from colleagues/instructors as you implement, and make mistakes, in practice. Perhaps TOCICO could be a good organization to facilitate this.
What are your ideas?