Past human resource development and organizational transformation disciplines focused on measures to change the system and culture of the organization by providing knowledge and skills.
However, the true need is to enhance the power of individual transformation (identity capital), and at the same time, to strengthen the foundation for creating organizational transformation (social capital).
The foundation of human resource development and organizational transformation is not the elimination of problems with people or the organization, but rather building the system to enable better relationships, thinking and ways of acting.
What would you need to build a system as a foundation for transformation?
The first step is to develop mutual respect and trust and to strengthen the cooperative working relationships within the organization.
Once these relationships are strengthened, the degree of autonomy and openness becomes better. New thinking and actions will be produced where people are not bound by the current situation or existing framework.
In addition, you can look back, leading to further new thinking and actions.
The foundation to produce such a cycle is called social capital.
Increasing identity capital and social capital does not mean simply raising the quality of thoughts and actions of individuals and the organization.
The important thing is not the discussion to figure out the good approach, but to look back at the beliefs (belief, sense of value) behind your work and your recognition and understanding of events.
Look behind the actions as individuals and collectively as a group and search for whether they are truly the desired actions that produce the new beliefs that in turn will lead to the new actions.
Share the strengths and important values
Draw out members' passion and autonomy
Share inspirational stories
Members agree to explore seriously
Change unconscious knowledge into conscious knowledge
Create a framework for cooperation between people with different interests and positions
The leader acquires a new style
Process management is carried out starting with small first steps and nurturing small changes to grow
Create meaning in day-to-day work
Find small steps you can do