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The Great BRM Renaissance (and How the Evolved BRMP Plays a Role)
Here at BRM Institute, we believe that the theory of relationshipism has the potential to change the landscape of organizations around the world. Relationshipism, being built on principles of cognitive science and social intelligence, provides infinite value as it expands the focus of society from shareholder value to the satisfaction of personal purpose, organizational purpose, and societal impact.
Now-to-New: How BRM Can Innovate Organizational Change
As BRMs, we know that we will always be flexible and available to pivot when necessary. We also know that since our quest to harness value is never-ending, we will always be in the flux of change, and we will always have a static “now” which will evolve into “new” when changes are implemented…which is a cycle that will always continue.
A Simple Tool Provides Endless Value
One of the most common challenges throughout the BRM community is communicating BRM value and impact to one’s organization. Another is dealing with issues that fall outside the realm of what they can control. Malini pointed out that one thing all BRMs can control is how they articulate their value, making sure to focus on sharing the value of the practice of BRM, rather than the value of the initiative.
The Path Toward a Relationship-Centered Organization
It’s hard to believe we are already three days into the 2021 BRMConnect Global Conference. One session you’ll definitely want to catch is the Day 3 closing keynote by Elka Schrijver and Peter Lijnse, both of whom are exceptional BRM leadership coaches at Lead the Pack Consulting. Elka and Peter shed some light on what it means to be a relationship-centered organization, and they outlined a clear set of practical steps BRMs can take to help their organizations to get there.
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