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Survivor’s Guilt

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When was the last time your change plan addressed the fallout of a reorganization? What about the drop in quality and productivity that we all know accompanies major change? Gwen [...]

Change Management and the Change Monster

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In his TED talk Technology Disruption Meets the Change Monster. Who Wins?, Patrick Forth describes the growth associated with “the digital ecosystem,’ and explains how technology is driving disruption, and [...]

What is the Gig Economy, and What Does It Mean for Business Owners?

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It is estimated that the number of freelancers and independent contractors will more than double to 7.6 million workers by 2020. No industry is protected from this dynamic shift in [...]

How to Influence Millennials…and Everyone Else

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As change practitioners, our real power is the power of influence. It is unlikely that we have direct authority over very many of those who have to change. Our knowledge, [...]

No One Cares How Late You Worked. Here’s What to Focus On Instead.

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In this brief video, E.piphany founder Steve Blank describes the company’s culture of late nights at work, and the epiphany he had after leaving at 7:00 one evening for a [...]

Why You Need Conversational Intelligence

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As change practitioners, we spend a great deal of our lives in conversation: we interview; conduct focus groups; hold one-on-one and one-on-team meetings; we advocate for our sponsors and leaders [...]

The Future Workforce and the Practice of Change

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We tend to play a responsive role in a dynamic environment. Leaders—whether in the C-suite or further down in the organization—determine the changes to be made, and then call on [...]

Classic Revisited: William Bridges Managing Transitions

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One of the pioneering works of change management, William Bridges’ 1991 book Managing Transitions is a classic in our field. His model remains at the core of change management practices [...]

Advice from a Billionaire

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What advice could a billionaire offer to us as change practitioners? In fact, the counsel that Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater (hedge fund), offers in this article is not specific [...]

All Change is Personal

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As change practitioners, we each bring our own lens to our work. For some, it is an HR lens, or IT, or OD. Yours might be a change management lens, [...]