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

Painless Transition Using Performance Support Systems

Performance Support Systems: Addressing the software pain points I am going to say something now that will shock you – The way you possibly train your employees is wrong and isn’t working.   Let me explain before my blog is burnt down for change management heresy. A huge aspect of change management is the training

Happy Change-Giving – What Change Managers Should Be Thankful For This Year

Giving Thanks for the Change Management : The Ultimate Change Feast With Thanksgiving around the corner, many of us prepare to overload on a variety of the tastiest dishes known to man. Before we do this, I thought it fitting to give thanks for all the amazing change management inspiration, motivation and information that we’ve enjoyed.

The Tipping Point of Change: Why knowing your team’s strengths can make transition that much easier

Getting change to catch on and take off in a company can be extremely challenging. After rereading Malcolm Gladwell’s book- The Tipping Point – I realise how many of the principles mentioned apply to organisational change.   “The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips,