Our new eBook, Change Readiness: Planting the Seeds for Change Success, is out and available to help you through your change programme. We'll be publishing one chapter each month in our blog. This will be followed by a webinar to discuss issues raised by that section.
Right across the board, today’s customers are demanding greater and greater choice. To stay successful in a rapidly changing climate, organisations must not only confront and deal with this demand for choice, they must design a corporate culture which actively embraces it.
It’s taken a while but larger organisations have finally come to realise they need to change to compete and survive in a marketplace filled with small, more nimble competitors.
Everyone wants a step-by-step action plan on how to perfect business change. However, anyone who claims to be able to provide neat, tidy one-size strategies is mistaken.
Powerful and meaningful change is about developing the skills that most of us have, but that few of us use. The skills that unlock productivity, efficiency, and vision are often the least tangible but the most important.
In change management, precision is about seeing the bigger picture. These three techniques can help you do this:
Discussions with upper management about adaptability are often an awkward dance.
Senior management often fears a loss of control in an adaptive workplace. That’s understandable given their training. But it's also very wrongheaded..
I’m very pleased to be delivering a keynote presentation and a 90-minute interactive workshop at this year’s ITEM Strategy and Practice IT Conference, From Code to Product. From Service to Solution in Kiev on the 24th and 25th of March.
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.
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?