Interdependent

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Interdependence is a state where entities are dependent on each other to survive. Where interdependence is conscious, the behaviour between the entities become reciprocal. To sustain interdependence there must be reciprocity. In orgtology, we use an Interdependence level to classify the maturity of Org to be a Relevant and Performing Organisation (RPO). In 2017, Derek Hendrikz introduced an RPO maturity model. It aims to decide how mature Org is to be both Relevant and Performing. The model poses five levels of maturity. They are from level one to five: dependency; controlled dependency; independence; controlled independence; and interdependence. The criteria for “interdependency” are:

  • Leader only needed when there is a problem, opportunity, or threat.
  • Pro- and re-active energy is in equilibrium. We know exactly how much of each is necessary.
  • We accurately aim the change initiatives of Org to maintain a state of relevance. Not too much nor too little.
  • Processes run the organisation, until there is a problem, opportunity, or threat, which we then deal with at high speed.
  • Laissez-faire is the preferred style of leadership.

 

Author - Derek Hendrikz Consulting
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Synonyms: Interdependence; Interdepend; Interdependency; Interdependence Level


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