Change Management News WalkMe TeamUpdated May 7, 2018

This Week’s Must Read Articles

This Week’s Must Read Articles

These are the 5 of the most interesting and trending articles in the field of change management. If being responsible over changes is part of your job – than reading these texts can help you develop and be as up-to-date as possible. From dealing with complex changes to the smartest ways to use social media to advance change management projects – This week’s round up is all about learning the latest news and improving your skills.

Women Directors Change How Boards Work

It has been proven in countless studies, that gender-diverse teams have higher profitability and great client satisfaction than non-diverse teams. In this intriguing article, Laura Liswood, senior advisor to Goldman Sachs, explains how having more women in a company’s board changes its dynamics and its governance.

How to Embrace Complex Change

Before you can start implementing a change, or even planning it in details, you have to put your mind to it. Linda Brimm, a Professor of organizational behavior, developed a framework for thinking about change. Some parts of the 7 C’s navigation system might be familiar, but for the C’s you don’t know, you can discover the importance it has when being in charge over making changes in a company or organization.

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4 Steps to Building a Great Product-Focused Organization

Developing and maintaining a product pipeline is not simple at all. With that being said, it is the direction that organizations and companies are heading, and you have no choice but to control it and make it better. Change management efforts must be focused on improving the course between the product and the customer. These 4 steps model will guide you through the recommended process, and can help you pick the right path.

Great Infographic: Top 10 Ways Social Media can Facilitate Change Management

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – you have probably checked at least one of these in the past 30 minutes. So while you’re at it, why not use it in order to implement change management? Here are 10 principal and elaborated ways to do it right.

Can You Tweet Change? Social Media and Change Management

According to surveys, nearly 90% of businesses now use social media for business purposes, and as you probably know, communication is a key factor in any successful Change Management strategy – so how come this article claims that social media is not a perfect tool for promoting change management projects?

Well, it’s complicated – but this text simplifies it for you, and gives you 12 social media sites that are built for organizations and employees and can definitely integrate social media in your change management projects in the most ideal way.




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