There is no ladder in a Matrix of Engagement

“There is no ladder”

Brad A Schenck

Last blog I introduced the concept of a Matrix of Engagement. I got a few rebuttals that sometimes you need a simple ladder. Maybe a Matrix works for thinking about organizational engagement but in the simple things we use the ladder for we still need the ladder. Maybe inside the Matrix there are ladders…

Well I would say this is right and wrong. Right in that we need to be able to distill a path of growth for people. Wrong in that the ladder still works as the analogy and should be used.

Breaking down further why to let the ladder go. When people think of the ladder, they in their mind imagine a pretty basic ladder right? It’s got a few rungs and you step up one step at a time. In reality that’s not even what people mean when they say ladder. What they really mean is…

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