There are significant differences between the change-innovative and the cynical organization. This article explores these differences, and offers three things you can to to build a change-innovative organization.
Author Archive | Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner
Organizations today must constantly change, but doing so does not mean bombarding employees with change projects. The secret to creating an organization that is able to change continuously is less change, not more.
Applying the elements of change management to your New Year’s resolution can help you be more successful in reaching your goal. Remember, all change is personal change, and the essential elements of organizational change management are rooted in the study of how individuals move through change. So whether you have never made a New Year’s […]
Change is an essential part of our living experience. We change to live. But we don’t live to be changed. When you understand this difference, stress becomes a potential energy source for enabling change.
Few people would argue change has become embedded in almost every part of every organization. Change is no longer the occasional or special project but is now an essential element for business success. To achieve success with organizational change, leaders will need to redefine what management during change looks like.
Most of what is currently identified and managed as resistance could be dramatically reduced, even prevented completely, by a shift in thinking.