Working in the change sector, I’ve come to brace myself whenever someone I hear someone has come up with THE BEST ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE MODEL - yes, all in capital letters.
As a musician I understand what happens when the individual elements of a recording sound perfect, only to fall apart when played together.
In recent months most conversations I’ve had with business leaders start with two questions about adaptive business: what is it and why do I need it?
People often ask me how adaptive workplaces are different from the one in which they work.
Since I gave a presentation at Business Agility 2017 in New York in February, there’s been a definite spike in interest for my work in making organisations adaptive.
ELLI is important in my organisational transformation work.
In the days following my presentation at BusinessAgility2017 in New York in February, I found myself being tagged with an unexpected nickname by attendees.
Working in the field of adaptive change means that one has to consistently assimilate new information and adjust strategies accordingly. To some the very idea that concepts and approaches are fluid because of our hyper-evolving business landscape is terrifying. But for me, it’s business as usual and I love the challenge.