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 firstname.lastname@example.org for review. Enjoy!
A toxic workplace doesn’t happen overnight. Sometimes it’s difficult to see that your workplace culture might be lacking or has become a negative environment. A more positive and productive culture can reduce employee stress, improve [...]
Having worked as a transformational change consultant and leadership coach for decades, I’ve had the honor of working with dozens of talented business leaders. Even before my entry into the corporate world, I had the [...]
Overview Clients in need of change management expertise often rightly focus on the immediate tasks of defining the challenge, developing an appropriate process, and successfully implementing change. However, this focus is a perfect example of [...]
While in Switzerland I willingly allowed another person to walk me off a cliff. My first paragliding experience was an intoxicating battle between fear and exhilaration while watching the ground fly past over 2000 feet [...]
Part 1 of this article described the critical nature of change readiness, and how it is an underemphasized phase of change adoption. It introduced keys to boosting readiness to change including well-planned organizational communications strategies, [...]
A more modern focus of change management has become increasingly about the managers’ role in change (Cummings, Bridgman, and Brown, 2016). Specifically, how managers become change agents, promoting urgency, dealing with resistance from individuals, and [...]