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About Dana Houston Jackson

Dana Houston Jackson is the lead principal change advisor at 1898 & Co., a part of Burns & McDonnell. She specializes in simplifying the complex and improving adoption and usage in order to achieve full business value. A straight-shooter, New Thought thinker, rebel leader with a box-poking career spanning 25+ years in Org Development, Project and (People) Change Management for a broad range of industries and sectors including: energy, utilities, government, technology, construction, non-profit, manufacturing and academia.

Positive Affirmation and the Japanese Philosophy of Kintsugi Can Help with Your Change Project

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The ancient Japanese art form and philosophy known as Kintsugi may help provide insight on how to deal with rapid and accelerating change. Roughly translated, Kintsugi means “Golden Seams” or [...]

Speed and Force of Changes are the Enemy in 2021

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In today’s hyperactive, overstimulated world, the speed and force of changes are the enemy. When moving at a measured pace in either giving or depriving someone of something, we create [...]

Let’s Take a Page from Agile Principles as an Antidote to Change Weariness

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Let’s start with something nearly everyone can agree with: Change fatigue is real and alive. Even before the extreme turbulence of 2020, change was accelerating in nearly every industry and [...]