Browsing: Change Management

It’s the end of the year and I’m sure some of you are facing the dim prospects of yet another re-organization. It may be at the corporate level, within your division, your function etc. etc. And you may have a group of people running around and developing new organizational models and moving boxes around like lego toys. Why? Because this latest round of moving the boxes around is magically going to solve all the problems

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A question that has been asked repeatedly after my last post is related to asking the right questions so I thought that instead of responding individually, I would use this week’s blog post to respond to it. Those that have been through the Decision Making or Change Management…

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Multi-step models for managing change have been adopted by most companies today. Still, teams struggle to lead their initiatives in a way that falls into the “30% that succeed” and even when projects are “complete” and progress more effectively than in the company’s past efforts, the company fails to realize the intended benefits. One quick way to identify where things fell short is to examine where time and effort were allocated throughout the execution of the change process.

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Often, part of the “madness” we find ourselves struggling with in complex change scenarios is of our own making.  That’s right, we sometimes “do it to ourselves.”  We attempt to drive positive change and optimism as part of our initiatives, but others may discount our message because we…

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