Flashlight leadership and culture of responsibility

For the maximum efficiency of the organization, it is important that each individual, team and department takes responsibility for performing their tasks. However, in order for someone to take responsibility, he must understand the basics of operation and the meaning of the organization and where his work or task "fits" in the whole work process - where his piece of the puzzle fits into the bigger picture.

Flashlight leadership is a practical model of modern organization management, symbolized by a simple object - a flashlight. Each part represents one piece of the organization. As a basis, the model summarizes the mission and values of the company (battery), strategy (lamp orientation), processes (housing), management (bulb) and the structure of employees or teams (lenses). If all parts of the flashlight are compatible and functioning correctly, the result of operation (light) is only the result of a properly assembled and functioning whole. The stronger the lamp elements and the more connected they are, the better the result.

Based on practical experience, we developed the basics of the model with Iza Sia Login (Outfit7) and Tanja Skaza (Plastika Skaza) based on the work of their and many other modern and successful organizations both at home and abroad. We found that understanding the operation of all the above elements of the organization and work tasks within it is a prerequisite for employees to be willing to take responsibility for their areas.

The lecture is supported by case studies and is practically oriented. Through a series of moderation techniques, it encourages participants to think about how certain areas are developed, regulated, and connected in their organization.

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