Category Archives: Change Management

Are you a Purpose Maximizer or Profit Maximizer?

admin/ September 14, 2016/ Business Transformation, Change Management, Debate, Leadership, Transformation Tools & Techniques/ 0 comments

RSA Animate – Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us – StumbleUpon. In light of the increased chatter on Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, and traditional business magazines regarding employe engagement, I want to recall the video above from Dan Pink that highlights human motivations and the path it highlights towards employee engagement. While many consultants and practitioners offer a process

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Gamification of Change: 4 Principles

admin/ January 19, 2013/ Business Transformation, Change Management, Delivery & Execution, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Lessons Learned, Transformation Tools & Techniques/ 0 comments

Imagine one day you walk into your bosses office, and she tells you that she needs you to lead the newest and biggest change initiative in the company. It’s brand new, it’s sponsored by the CEO, the board is behind it, and there is no one better than you in the company to lead the team. All the opportunity you

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Are you a crow or an eagle?

admin/ June 30, 2012/ Business Transformation, Change Management, Delivery & Execution, Leadership, Lessons Learned/ 0 comments

Conflict in organizational change is a common happening. Its unavoidable, and its healthy when handled professionally. Recall from your experiences times when the conflict is brought to your desk or office. What was your reaction? What did your reaction say about you? How you deal with conflict is one of the most significant characteristics you demonstrate as a leader. Consider the case

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Technology Driven Change Fails

admin/ February 5, 2011/ Business Transformation, Change Management, Debate, Transformation Tools & Techniques/ 1 comments

Telstra call centres in crisis Have you seen this before? According to a recent video from John Kotter, on his Forbes.com blog, only 5% of transformations are successful. That means that 95% of the transformations that we are involved in, fail! The link above sheds some insight into a transformation that is in crisis. In summary, Telstra attempted to deploy

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