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In Change, Ignoring the Facts May Mean Success

Why do leaders often fail to see the actual reason that corporate initiatives either succeed or fail, specifically in change management efforts? If you ask them, they will likely say that they just followed the facts. The facts pointed them in a direction that suggested the right result would ensue. Unfortunately, in change, facts do not tell …

Taking a Look at Lessons Learned this Year

This is the time of year where much is written and said about what’s ahead in the new year. Prognostications abound detailing trends, truths and tribulations. Rather than looking ahead, though, it often makes sense to reflect on what we learned over the past year and glean  important lessons that we can carry forward. In that spirit, …

Understanding the Digital Impact on Change

The Progression of Change (circa 1990-2020)                       Change 1.0 – Business Process > changing how we do things Change 2.0 – Business Strategy > changing what we do Change 3.0 – Internal Alignment > engaging people to own each new day Change 4.0 – The Digital Imperative The Evolution of Change Management/Communications In a white paper …

Why Corporate Transformation Fails

As companies navigate an uncertain future, the need to change has never been greater. So why is the formula still broken? According to a number of reputable studies, a majority of organizations fail to gain the intended result from a major corporate transformation or change initiative. From an M&A standpoint, new strategy deployment, safety improvement, …

Working with the Volume Off…Ignoring Content to See Clearly

Working with the Volume Off…Ignoring Content to See Clearly Overcoming the attention deficit syndrome via strategic internal communications and change management An overwhelming byproduct of today’s digital reality is the volume of content produced for consumption. Unfortunately, most of the information is not relevant to the intended audience. This results in a whole lot of …

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