7 Fun and Engaging Change Management Exercises

The widely-accepted theory of change is that we all have a natural human tendency to resist it. But organizations must change in order to thrive in an always changing market. So how do we deal with change in a productive and non-threatening way?   From Kotter’s 8-Step Process for Leading Change to “Who Moved My

Barriers To Digital Transformation [Infographic]

  According to research by Forrester, only 19% of companies report they have the right technology for digital transformation.   The process of digitally transforming an established business is no small undertaking. Implementing a comprehensive strategy has been cited by Deloitte as a critical factor in the process of becoming digitally mature. The key to

5 Substantial Facts About Attitude & Organizational Change

  Technology, coupled with the global economy, has accelerated the need for organizational change. Competition drives companies to take action or be left behind.   But it wouldn’t be right to talk about organizational change without considering the people who make up the organization. How do employees cope with sudden—and often significant—change in their workplace?

Top 4 Change Management Software Solutions

  Change management software is designed specifically to help ease the transition of change management.   Change management software is used to implement, review and troubleshoot changes into a simple or complex computer network. An organization (utilizing certain types of software) has to regularly update their programs. They also have to monitor the update process

[Infographic] Emojis of Change: Telling the story of Change Management

Many of you will remember my 7 Emojis of Change Post – I decided to transform it into an infographic. Previously, I explained how the change process results in a whirlwind of emotions and those involved will, at times, struggle to deal with the new reality.   Another thought occurred to me recently, I wondered

4 Barriers To Organizational Change

“Staying in business” is a misleading phrase. The “staying” part implies that your business should be still.   Rather, it should be “Keeping up with business” or at least “Staying in the race of business” to incorporate the reality that a business needs to change to be successful.   Why? Because fundamental parts of the