I like ideas. I like new approaches, new ways of doing things, trying something out to see if it produces better results or gives more satisfaction than the old way. I also likes to think. And read. And write. These traits combined have led me to develop a highly practical theory of organisational change: Not Seven Steps to Success.
The idea is that you look at the organisation’s design and structure as the focal point for change. Organisational effectiveness is built on the recognition that structure, that is everything in an organisation but the people, counts greatly and can offer the most leverage in effecting change.
I have used this approach successfully in a great many projects and honed it over time as I gained experience with it.
On another note: on the whole I’m quite fun to work with.