Gregory Bateson said, “Change is happening all the time…our role is to find useful change and amplify it.”
Change management is a growing field. Even individuals are starting to think about personal change plans.
My book, Fry the Monkeys – Create a Solution advocates that because change is happening so fast, managers and staff have to stop talking about problems and move to solutions. It’s a productivity issue.
What are your observations about change? What have you personally experienced?
The first two responses will receive a free copy of Fry the Monkeys – Create a Solution
Here’s an example of what I have noticed:
One change opportunity is to move beyond the popular notion that 90% of change fails. Sure, but it all depends on what you measure and who’s doing the measuring. Within ‘failure’ there are lessons to be learned. Ask any social media-driven marketer and they will tell you that they are looking to learn fast lessons from failure because it will tell them what to do instead.
So, what have you noticed?