Monthly Archives: October 2014

Change Management: A Parable on Agile

The agile project management approach is gaining popularity. This blog uses a personal analogy for an approach to change management in the business world. Source: blog.consulting101book.com

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New report shows that using a structured change methodology can double commitment to organizational change

Today Changefirst has released a new research report that is based on the company’s extensive change implementation database. The report shows that usin… Source: http://www.sourcewire.com

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If you dare nothing …

If you dare nothing, then when the day is over, nothing is all you will have gained. – Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book Quoting Richard Branson, I d rather look back on life and say I can t believe I … Continue reading

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We can’t change the past or control the future. What matters most is now

We can t change the past or control the future. What matters most is now. – Symphony of Love Quoting Eckhart Tolle, Realize deeply that the present moment is all you have. Make the NOW the primary focus of your … Continue reading

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The First Rule of Positive Change Management

Positive change management – how to talk about the big white butterfly in the room. Source: http://www.cornerstonedynamics.com

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The Key to Change Is Middle Management

Research shows the traits that make them successful. Source: blogs.hbr.org

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How tech-led companies are leading change on a global scale

Innovation is no longer just confined to a company’s own walls: businesses will need to be start embracing innovation on an unprecedented scale to solve the business and social challenges of tomorrow Source: http://www.information-age.com

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