Levels of Organisational Consciousness

All human group structures grow and develop in consciousness in seven well‐defined stages. Each stage focuses on a particular existential need that is common to the human condition. These seven existential needs are the principal motivating forces in all human affairs. 

The model applies to all types of organisations—corporations, government departments, municipal agencies, institutions, non‐governmental organisations (NGO), and educational establishments. The diagram below focuses on for‐profit organisations. The differences between this type of organisation and other types of organisation are mainly in the way they are financed, and the way they distribute their products and/or services.

The following diagram describes the Seven Levels of Organisational Consciousness.  To learn more about the Sevel Levels of Organisational Consciousness, please read the full article.