Welcome to the Community section of the Change Management ReviewTM! This feature provides a place for short relevant articles from the change management community that is different from our editorial curation and proprietary writing.
Here, we encourage the community to write up to 500 words on a thought, topic, or case study that they’d like to share, and assuming that the content is relevant, we’ll copy edit the work and post it here. These articles are not subject to our stricter editorial standards but provide real-time insights from practitioners for practitioners.
If you are interested in submitting an article, please send it to email@example.com for review. Enjoy!
Habits are essential to our survival. From an evolutionary perspective, they help us be more efficient by making frequent necessary actions effortless and quick. Think if every time you wanted to check your email, you [...]
We all know change can be tough - people stop change. As Roger Enrico famously said when he was CEO of PepsiCo “The soft stuff is always harder than the hard stuff”. Nevertheless, people have [...]
Organizational change is a strategic business advantage which gains its value from increasing the likelihood of securing organizational benefit/goals through: Minimizing amount of people disruption associated with change Lessening the time required to move people [...]
Change within organizations is delivered through people. We can leverage assets and infrastructure to support the change, however, ultimately change is about the reception and execution of behaviors. This is why we need to think about our stakeholders differently.
We’ve all seen the reported statistic saying that “70% of all change projects fail”, and whether you buy into this statistic or not, it’s fair to say that technology implementation projects are often the source [...]
It’s true that Gordon Ramsay has great recipes, the best ingredients and cooking utensils. However, give me these same things and I don’t instantly become a great chef. Yes, Gordon Ramsay has to have his [...]