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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Hewlett-Packard is now in the middle of a huge decision. Spin-off the personal-computing division or not to spin off-that is the question. They have discovered that the split has bigger implications than previously thought and are now trying to decide which course of action to take. Click to learn what these implications are, where Hewlett-Packard is in the decision process, and how the Supply Chain organization has become a deal breaker.
This was a gathering of various Presidents of the ISM and NAPM regional chapters and they were gathered together in that capacity. They were trying to figure out how to become more relevant for their regional markets and their customer was the entire Procurement, Sourcing and Supply Chain community of that region. I decided to give them a perspective of their market based on a lot of the research that we have done and provided them with the proverbial Top Ten list (in no particular order).
Ever wonder why companies that officially “Go Green” frequently fail to accomplish much? So did the author of today’s blog. Read on to get a new perspective on this example of “transformations”
This Blog will “Challenge your Change Team to re-examine the “logic” behind your measures or the measures that are important to your stakeholders.” Why is that an important step in successful change efforts? Read more to find out.