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,

TED talk by Jim Hemerling – 5 Ways to Lead in an Era of Constant Change

  TED talks are among my favorite ways to procrastinate in the office (I really hope my boss isn’t reading this). If I am ever feeling short on inspiration, there will always be a talk that will spark that ‘eureka!’ moment.   Now, finally, I have come across this incredible TED Talk on change management,

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