Category Archives: Organizational learning & development

World’s first Organization Maturity Index to be released Spring 2015

London – 3 February 2015: The Maturity Institute in partnership with OMS LLP and supported by Long Finance will release the first Organization Maturity Index in Spring 2015. The OMI: UK150 will be the world’s first index that identifies the … Continue reading

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MI spreads the maturity message in Prague

MI Council Chair, Paul Kearns, joined Stanislav Tichý, Country Manager for training provider Develor, for a one-day conference in Prague on 2nd December. Stanislav wants to take his company’s clients to a higher stage of maturity in learning and development and invited … Continue reading

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Maturity in practice: the State Water experience

TMI’s council member Rob Scott has led a team of maturity analysts to help State Water in Australia. This is HR Magazine’s piece on the results so far: HR Magazine: Taking a Mature Approach

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The 4th Pillar – Mature organizations are learning organizations

Those new to the Maturity Scale could be forgiven for thinking it is paradoxical: it rates some companies as very immature (Stage 1) whilst they are making extraordinary profits.  How can that be?  Simple.  Maturity is about societal value, not … Continue reading

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