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Corporate Lifecycle

Adizes Breakthrough to Prime™ Workshop (BTP)

A 2 Day Exploration of the Power of Adizes


BTP is a 2 day workshop that is a great way to learn more about the basic concepts and methods of Adizes. The workshop is highly experiential so enrollment is limited to 20.


In the workshop, participants learn how to:

  • Lead their organization through every stage of the Corporate Lifecycle.
  • Build “perfect” top management teams.
  • Master organizational change
  • Harness conflict constructively
  • Manage the secret to success


Attendees leave the workshop energized by their new knowledge and ready to apply it to accelerate their own organization’s journey to PRIME; the optimal stage of the Corporate Lifecycle.


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Adizes Mastering Change for Organisational Excellence Workshop (MCOE)

A 1 Day Learning of Adizes Managerial Tools


"Creating Excellence” in organizations are mere words if the leadership is unable to infuse energy. Excellence entails creating an organization that is effective and efficient in the short run and also in the long run.


Leadership Teams are searching for a Methodology that can harness the energies available in various Sources of Conflicts and create a climate where all stakeholders lend their full cooperation in organization building. Diversity of Roles, Styles, Interests, Perceptions and Values ….all of these need managing.


The MCOE is a program that enables leaders/managers take a pause from “running” the organization to reflect over the powerful Adizes concepts and tools that enable the high goal “Organization Excellence” become a reality.

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Phone: +91.97 11 00 2084

E-mail: india@adizes.com 

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