Development at Scale.
The greatest catalyst (or impediment) to human growth is the maturity level of the institutions they belong to.
In other words, the surest way to affect individual growth is by changing the environment in which they operate. By "growing" the social constructs (teams, communities, organizations) that manifest individual behaviors.
Most organizations are built on social constructs which are not primed for large scale development. To allow those social entities (and their people) to grow, we need to provide the necessary support infrastructure.
It is the structure that holds, shapes, and governs the progress of development. We think of it as the "scaffold" that supports growth—at an individual, communal, and enterprise level. Raising this infrastructure is what activates development at scale.
Organizations that adopt this discipline will evolve into learning communities and knowledge-creating communities. This cultural renewal allows them to survive and thrive in times of change, uncertainty, and opportunity. This process taps into the latent potential that is present in all organizations.