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Change Management Articles

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 [...]

Change and Emotion

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As a profession, why do we approach major change rationally? We create the “case for change,” articulating all of the reasons that maintaining the status quo is not viable, and [...]

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 [...]

Design Thinking? A Fancy Word! What Is It Then!?

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To me, she is one of the best therapists in the country. She knows me and my cultural and family background so well that I cannot think of any other [...]

The Future State of Change Management with Design Thinking

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Last week, I introduced Design Thinking as the mindset shift needed to successfully guide organizations through the changes caused by the wicked problems they face. This week, we look at [...]

Oh No! Not Another Methodology!

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Why Design Thinking is not another methodology, but the mindset you need to re-invent change management. One gloomy day of the lockdown, I decided to reread a book that had [...]

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 [...]

Getting Real About Culture Change

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Peter Drucker wrote, “Culture eats change for breakfast.” As a change practitioner, you have likely been engaged to support “culture change” initiatives in the past. It is also likely that [...]

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 [...]

Innovation: What Questions Should You Be Asking?

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If we are to be fully in service to our clients, we should be prepared to help them gain new insights to how they are supporting—and sometimes undermining—the changes they [...]