Browsing: Change Management

If you agree that Change is the new normal – globalization, political unrest, business disruption, climate change, etc.) then having the capability to manage change is critical.  Never ending change impacts business leaders and employees alike and can either provide momentum to a business or bring it to…

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. . . is a bunch of “fluff”, think again!  I read an article in HBR recently, “Why Leadership Development Has to Happen on the Job”.  The article talks about a leadership meeting that was planned at Twitter for its 100 top global leaders.  The “content” of the…

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Nothing against the strategy consulting firms and we do our fair share of that kind of work but it intriguing to find bewildered client after bewildered client – once the strategy firms have left. Leaving behind them an Executive Team convinced of the tremendous value that is lying untapped inside their organizations only if their organizational leaders could get their act together and Transform their organizations. No mention is made of the various elements of any Transformation Roadmap that must be put in place (Governance, Competencies, Change Management etc. etc. etc.).

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Last week we started exploring “Selling the Change” and approaching it from a sales perspective. We all recognize that change is hard. As professionals in a Shared Services environment (Procurement, Supply Chain, Strategic Sourcing) one of our primary roles is that of a change agent as we are trying to play a more strategic role within our organization. Getting suppliers to work with us under a more strategic context is the easy part.

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