Wondering why your change project isn’t going as planned? Here’s few insights on making sustainable progress…starting with the quotes. ‘A powerful question alters all thinking and behaving that occurs afterwards.”… Read more »
“Organizations need to be nimble so that they can better manage and adapt to the changes that are going to happen anyway” – Kevin Aguanno A while ago I wrote… Read more »
“All progress depends on the unreasonable man”, so said George Bernard Shaw. In an age where organizational leadership and collaboration requires listening and understanding is there a role for the… Read more »
As we know, some people complain and blame others for their problems. They usually resist change. They can easily tell you what’s wrong, and their solutions require other people to… Read more »
It’s past time to master stakeholder engagement and experience. It’s simply not enough that many organizations now pay more attention to the customer, even employee engagement. The stakeholder’s experience also… Read more »
Should a CEO allow her people ample time to analyze problems in the usual manner? You know those meetings…what seemed like a problem last week now looks like a crisis…. Read more »
“Organizations need to be nimble so that they can better manage and adapt to the changes that are going to happen anyway” Kevin Aguanno A while ago I wrote that… Read more »
We have to be out front of change much of the time. Reacting to change as it happens is the old normal. The new normal is to anticipate, to not know exactly what will happen yet still have a plan. Part of the new normal is working with stakeholders who may or may not want what you, the organization, have in mind.
My latest paper on Sustainability v3.0 attempts to define the forthcoming Sustainability initiatives in businesses organizations, Sustainability 3.0. The paper also identifies the three anticipated key challenges for Sustainability 3.0 and initiates discussion on how can we collectively solve them using Solution Focused change techniques.
Here’s a way to make a difficult situation worse. I came across a web page titled, “Work related stress – together we can tackle it”. What do you think is wrong with this typical to-do list?