A Think & Do Tank
Fields of Practice
Beginning with values and decision-making and ending with the successful implementation of off-the-shelf cloud technology, Process Systemization makes organizations and individuals more effective.
Integrated development approaches real estate development, economic development, and community development as one system. Systems thinking is applied at the neighborhood level to simultaneously promote people, place, profit, and purpose.
Work Future integrates best practices of work that yield a fulfilled, healthy, and productive lifestyle while increasing profitability. Incorporate values-driven design, social impact, and The 6 Primary Skills into your organization or practice.
Our increasingly networked society demands that we create functional environments for working together. Learn best practices for how to set up and manage Collaborative Workspace.
Duration: 3 to 12 months
Co-Productions are projects that focus on organizational improvement, whether by specifically integrating one of the Fields of Practice.
Duration: 3 to 8 hours
Workshops are intensive sessions that provide a foundational understanding of a Field of Practice. Participants leave with an understanding of the basics and achievable next steps.
Duration: 30 to 90 minutes
Presentations are low-commitment events that to introduce a Field of Practice and instigate conversation.
These lenses are the guiding framework for all actions taken by Lush Production.
- Well-being: prioritization of a positive human condition.
- Effectiveness: production of the right work at the right time with high quality.
- Systems: integration into the larger context.
- Authenticity: cultivation of transparency, integrity, and cultural representation.
- Practice: commitment to a disciplined approach on a daily basis.
Tim Syth is a project-based worker focused on systems change in the Information Age. He works as a business and community development consultant under the Lush Production moniker.
Using Systems Thinking, Tim engages in discovery, development, and facilitation processes to support organizations and workers as they adapt to the shifting nature of our technological society. He believes there exists a golden opportunity to reimagine the role of work in society and community and economic development practices for the better.
Tim’s core interests are collaborative systems and methods that improve organizational operation, heighten worker productivity and wellness, and expand community and economic development. He has three of years experience running a collaborative space in Milwaukee, WI, and is working as a creative placemaking consultant.
Prior to Tim relocating to Milwaukee, he lived and worked as a photographer in Berlin, Germany, while completing his Master’s degree in the the field of Media & Communications. Tim studied Art Photography at the University Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has lived abroad extensively, grew up the rural farming community of Greenwood, WI, and is handy with a chainsaw.
An integrated work-life and Nora (his companion) are key to his production and well-being.