Category : CHANGE MANAGEMENT

  • 1% Improvement – can it work?

    1% Improvement – can it work?

    Posted 24/10/2011 By in CHANGE MANAGEMENT With | No Comments

    I’ve gone on record before in workshops I run saying that one failing of large organisational change projects is that they tend to over-promise and under-deliver.  Building up peoples’ expectations of a brighter future is a common method many change managers use to get people to ‘buy in’ and support the change initiative.  I get …

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  • Change Levers vs Change Barriers

    Change Levers vs Change Barriers

    Posted 03/10/2011 By in CHANGE MANAGEMENT With | No Comments

    What do you focus on most?  The levers that drive change forwards in your organisation, or the barriers that impede it’s progress? Good strategies do both but in my experience we each tend to favour one over the other. Change management is mostly about psychology.  Getting people (individuals) to commit to and engage with, a …

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  • Different Approaches to Managing Change

    Different Approaches to Managing Change

    Posted 27/09/2011 By in CHANGE MANAGEMENT With | No Comments

    There used to be only two certainties in life.  Death.  And taxes. Now there’s three.  Death, Taxes and Change. So given that change is constant, and that the rate of change is increasing, it’s no surprise that organisations are playing catch up with regards to their ability to effectively manage change.  In my experience, the …

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