Banking Software Service Provider with Annabel Membrillo
The Banking Software Service Provider project is a four-year initiative that took place in Mexico, from 2010 to 2014, within a large service provider (over 1,000 employees) within a global financial institution. The initiative included hundreds of employees within the service provider and across other service providers, guided by dozens of consultants and facilitators.
Initial Project Description
In this 22-minute exploration, Annabel provides an overview of the project, the 4-year process, key insights, key experiences or shifts in the participants, and documented financial and social impacts.
Video (or audio-only version)
ISC Live Lab Co-investment and Return on Co-investment
Context. In 2010, we were developing processes for leading long-term, multi-phase strategic systems change processes with hundreds of individuals engaged, as well as developing processes and tools for ecosynomics.
Co-investment. In this multi-year relationship, we co-invested our intellectual property of strategic systems thinking, ecosynomic agreements, and our social capital of relationships with leaders engaged in similar processes.
Return on Co-investment. The return on this co-investment was to develop a long-term, multi-phase and multi-stream process for engaging increasing circles of embrace of abundance-based agreements.
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- radio interview -- "CEO Series: CEO Perspective on The Impact of Building a Vibrant Organization" on VoiceAmerica radio hosted by Maureen Metcalf