EdCast A New Way of Being at Work Posted April 6, 2016 By Matt Weber How can your company or organization — or school — unlock its full potential? In their new book, An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization, Ed School faculty members Robert Kegan, Lisa Lahey, Matthew Miller, and Deborah Helsing, and Andy Fleming of Way to Grow, Inc., seek to answer that very question. By examining the traits that make Deliberately Developmental Organizations (DDOs) so successful, the authors may have found the key: If the people that comprise the organization are given the opportunity to grow, then the success of the organization will follow."We could see they were doing something very, very different — radically different — than other organizations that we've had the privilege to be in," says Lahey, lecturer at the Ed School. "And the thing that they were doing was supporting everyone's development... . When you support people's development, it allows the organization to better deliver on its mission."In this edition of the Harvard EdCast, Lahey discusses An Everyone Culture and takes a look at the how the new model it proposes can make a positive impact on your company's (or school's) success.About the Harvard EdCast The Harvard EdCast is a weekly series of podcasts, available on the Harvard University iTunes U page, that features a 15-20 minute conversation with thought leaders in the field of education from across the country and around the world. Hosted by Matt Weber, the Harvard EdCast is a space for educational discourse and openness, focusing on the myriad issues and current events related to the field. EdCast An education podcast that keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and communities Explore All Articles Related Articles EdCast Equality or Equity? Jeff Duncan-Andrade discusses why schools need to be equity-focused and how equality hasn't produced the results needed Ed. Magazine Harvard EdCast: The Core Problem EdCast Culturally Disruptive Practices?