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The Phoenix Encounter Method: Lead Like Your Business is on Fire, With Sameer Hasija

In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Sameer Hasija, Dean of Executive Education and Professor at INSEAD, which is ranked by the Financial Times as among the world’s top three business schools; and author of The Phoenix Encounter Method: Lead Like Your [...]

Political Skill at Work, With Parker Ellen, III

In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews B. Parker Ellen III, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Development in Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Parker researches social influence topics, primarily organizational politics and leadership, and has been published in numerous academic [...]

Ruthless Consistency, With Michael Canic

In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief, Theresa Moulton, interviews Michael Canic, PhD – author of RUTHLESS CONSISTENCY: How Committed Leaders Execute Strategy, Implement Change and Build Organizations That Win (September 1, 2020; McGraw Hill). He is also the founder and president of Making Strategy [...]

Perspectives On

Using Emotional Intelligence to Change the Unchangeable

December 18th, 2017|0 Comments

For over 150 years, the Internal Revenue Service has collected tax revenue within the United States. Originally created by Abraham Lincoln in 1862 as a method to pay war expenses, the IRS has collected taxes on personal incomes of Americans to finance various government activities. [...]

We Need to Raise the Bar

October 11th, 2017|0 Comments

In his recent essay, Professional Development of HITA (High Impact Trusted Advisor) Practitioners, Daryl Conner asks, “Why are senior officers so often peripheral players in what are supposed to be important changes? Why do change professionals seldom gain access to the C-suite level except for [...]

5 Thought Leaders Specify Change Leadership Techniques for Successful Transformation

June 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Why has organizational transformation always been a challenge? Don’t we get it by now? Are there really that many new theories to place into practice? How many more books, articles, and webinars do we need in order to “get this transformational work right?” We know [...]


Culture Change: It Isn’t Easy, and It is Possible

February 10th, 2020|0 Comments

In their article Changing an Organization’s Culture, Without Resistance or Blame, Tom DiDonato and Noelle Gill describe the approach they used to significantly shift the culture at Lear. As they described it, the culture they were working with was focused on efficiency and results. While [...]

More No. Less Yes.

January 20th, 2020|1 Comment

Author Greg McKeown makes a habit of saying “No.” In Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, McKeown lays out a sound rationale for saying “Yes” less, and for focusing our attention and energy on fewer things. However, those “fewer things” are not haphazardly selected. One [...]

Change and Emotion

July 8th, 2019|0 Comments

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 all the reasons that this new status quo is the solution. We establish detailed change [...]