Let’s Talk: A Communication Strategy Template

While many might think that communication is something that goes unsaid, it is actually one of the most difficult processes to learn and integrate in the workplace. Communication can certainly lead to optimization, employee satisfaction, and success for a company. Surely no company wants a game of telephone gone wrong.   There are many approaches,

Stars of September – 7 Articles That Will Make You Rethink Your Approach to Change

On my travels on the World Wide Web I discovered the following quote: “Creativity is contagious, pass it on.” Now, the quote was attributed to Albert Einstein, but due to the online community’s tendency to attribute anything inspiring to the renowned physicist I find the likelihood that he did actually make this remark to be

5 Types Of Organizational Change

There are several types of organizational change and there are numerous factors which may force companies to make these organizational changes. These factors may vary from social trends, a weakened economy, regulatory forces, technology or even political reasons. 5 Types Of Organizational Change Organization Wide Change In some quarters, this is largely referred to as

Sound Waves of Change: Change Management Podcasts you should check out

I have received many requests to recommend some change management podcasts. So here is a compilation of some of the most insightful and thought provoking podcasts that are sure to provide you with fresh ideas and challenging theories on organizational change.   Lean Change Management Podcast The first podcast that I’d like to recommend is

Change Management Bootcamp – Peter J. Reiley explores organizational psychology and the military

Recently, I have been doing much exploring, questioning and researching on the subject of the psychology of change. One such idea is the concept of how change works in a strict hierarchical organisation like the military.   Peter J. Reiley, PhD, an Industrial Organisational Psychology enthusiast, and one of the leading opinions on Military Veteran

The Power is in Your Hands – Do Low or High PDI Affect Change Processes?

Change Management and the PDI The Power Distance Index (PDI) is a fascinating benchmark to consider in change management. Understanding where your company stands against the PDI can make a big difference in how you go forward with large changes. Making changes without accounting for the PDI of the company culture can lead to disaster.