Part TWO: Learning to Plug In

In Part One I presented the three practices of plugged-in management: Stop-Look-Listen, Mixing, and Sharing. Stop-Look-Listen is a reflective practice that should be engaged throughout all your organizational design work. Stop and see what the needs and opportunities are. Mix together a powerful, appropriately balanced combination of technology, organization, and people. Share plugged-in practices so that they become the model for how the rest of your organization and associations manage—as a result, plugging in will become easier for all.

In Part Two I focus on your personal ability to plug in and offer suggestions and tools for developing your current abilities into something even more powerful. The chapters here ...

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