Are you a “COCO?
March 31, 2016 | by Chris Kalaboukis
I’m working with CLEAR™ VIEW to help bring together COCOs from across multiple companies, industries, functional disciplines, geographies, and organizational levels for a three day in-residence session this summer.
What is a “COCO”? I’m glad you asked! COCO is an acronym for Chief Organizational Capability Officers (COCOs), who are tasked with driving business performance through organizational capability.
COCOs are responsible for making organizations more agile, innovative, resilient, and capable, by drawing from general management, change leadership, human capital, innovation, strategy, branding and marketing, and other areas of expertise.
Until now, COCOs have few places they can turn to share ideas, information, issues, and innovations with like-minded peers who often represent different functional disciplines and may hold a wide range of job titles.
Our conference is CLEAR™ VIEW: Driving Business Performance through Organizational Capability, June 21-24, 2016, Lansdowne Conference Center and Resort, Leesburg, Virginia.
I’ll be joining esteemed colleagues for this one-of-a-kind event, and speaking on: Creating an Innovation Culture to Refresh Organizational Capability.
This gathering is specifically designed to capitalize on diverse perspectives, challenges, and lessons learned that can only be addressed through cross-organizational peer discussions.
Pre-work includes a Personal Leadership Profile, an individual assessment to determine personal and organizational readiness for change, a case study, and select readings. Team coaching is embedded in the in-residence work to support team assignments and peer interactions, and post-program learning may be extended through an organizational assessment as well as team and individual coaching opportunities with CLEAR™ Institute coaches.
Click here for schedule, program outline, costs and registration.