It’s about Velcro management, a new idea for most of us including myself until I met Marni Johnson from BlueShore Financial.
She talks about what it is, what it brought to their organization, and how to make it work for you – if you like the idea.
Chris Catliff, president and CEO of BlueShore Financial, says that leaders need to “forget the individual’s job description and provide them with opportunities to create and contribute to things they excel at and are motivated by.”
This has certainly happened at BlueShore and Marni offers details and examples of how it works for them.
BlueShore Financial: https://www.blueshorefinancial.com/
BlueShore Financial offers a full range of banking, wealth management, and insurance solutions and has been in business for 80 years. They have 370 employees.
They are consistently ranked among the top 20 financial planning firms in Metro Vancouver and on the Kincentric best employers in Canada list for 10 years in a row.
Joseph L. Bower, creator of the Velcro management concept wrote about it in this article from 2003: “Building the Velcro Organization: Creating Value through Integration and Maintaining Organization-wide Efficiency.” https://iveybusinessjournal.com/publication/building-the-velcro-organization-creating-value-through-integration-and-maintaining-organization-wide-efficiency/