Transformation is HARD! If you don’t believe that then you have never gone through one. Often, when a transformation fails or an organization does not achieve its’ desired business results, “culture” is identified as the culprit or perhaps the scapegoat so says two Supply Chain Management professors in “Culture Eats Strategy . . . and how to deal with it”.
A new year has started and so have the New Year’s resolutions. I am no different than anyone else – I want to lose XX pounds and this is the year I am finally going to do it. In the back of my mind, though, all I can…
I have now watched it several times and each time I smile, reflect, tear up and just feel good in general. The messages are practical yet lofty and inspiring. There are numerous quotes and messages that will challenge even the best leaders. Sit back, relax and enjoy! Share it with your staff and / or your children (as I plan to do). I hope it inspires you to make change happen .
As you can see we are bombarded by change every day and it feels like the pace of change is rapid. Regardless of the source or pace of change, there are predictable and inevitable responses to change. Here are a few things you might hear that indicate a resistance to change: