Change Leadership

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Why do people Resist Change? | #ChangeManagement

Is your change doomed? Is everyone going to resist it? It’s a common belief that people resist change, however, there are schools of thought that show people enjoy change and embrace variety. What is more important though is how people react and what happens to them during a change. Do they feel like they are part of … Continue reading

3 Guidelines to Avoid Resistance to Change – Jesse Lyn Stoner

Another great article from Jesse Lyn Stoner – 3 Guidelines to Avoid Resistance to Change 1. Involve people throughout the organization in planning and implementing the change. 2. Support the middle. 3. The change method itself must reflect the new desired culture. Jesse Lyn points out that the middle are often “caught in the middle” … Continue reading

7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change

Getting people to change….”Being nice isn’t enough” says a recent article from HBR. A leader must be doing far more than that: 7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change. Now I am sure that is not news to any of us….. HBR provide there list of suggestions. . 1. Inspiring others – why should … Continue reading

The Corporate Immune System

Have you heard of the Corporate Immune System? Its heavily related to “Culture: The iceberg that sinks organizational change“. It’s when an organisation pushes back against a change, often to the extent that causes major upheaval and rebellion in a company. A bit like the body’s immune system fighting back against a disease. It happens … Continue reading

Changing change management | McKinsey & Company

“Digital tools and platforms, if correctly applied, offer a powerful new way to accelerate and amplify the ability of an organization to change.” See Changing change management | McKinsey & Company. . The article highlights a number of key aspects that digital can bring to the change management effort, these include: 1. Provide just-in-time feedback – … Continue reading

Culture: The iceberg that sinks organizational change

This is a really great infographic from Torben Rick: “Culture: The iceberg that sinks organizational change”. This infographic describes what really goes on vs what we think happens! The culture of the organisation that exists beneath the surface and dictates how people react and go about things. (Click the graphic to link to Torben’s original … Continue reading

What #ChangeManagement Approach should I choose?

Change Management is critical to successfully delivering the value of your projects and initiatives. Hopefully you are reading this article because you recognise the need for a structured approach to change, that’s a great start! But which approach should you choose? If you have stumbled into this article by accident then here’s a reminder as to … Continue reading

Eight steps to achieve sticky change in your organization – The Globe and Mail | #ChangeManagement

Technology is changing our world every day, and it’s not going to slow down to let any of us off the ride. To equip your business for the New Year, adopt one more resolution: understand that change is the new status quo. Embrace it as a fundamental driver of your success. Interesting quick read: Eight steps … Continue reading

Barriers and Ingredients for Successful Change |Meliorate #ChangeManagement

This recent article from Meliorate provides some great statistics on Change success and failure: Managing change has to be a core competence. Key barriers to successful change Through their research study, IBM revealed these key barriers to successful change: 58% – Changing mindsets and attitudes 49% – Corporate culture 35% – Complexity is underestimated 33% – … Continue reading

Barriers to organizational change | Torben Rick

Great infographic from Torben – see the full article here at Barriers to organizational change. For more on Change Management, see my Change Guide.   Infographic: Barriers to organizational change      

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