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Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Change Management

By |From the Field Podcast Series|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Sarah Gaeta – Interim Chief Executive Officer of Sage Beacon, and a seasoned professional who has worked with [...]

How To Cope With Change In The Knowledge Economy

By |Community Contributions|

Knowledge is identified as a multi-faceted concept, and is distinct  from information and data. Data has been defined by Haridimos Tsoukas and Efi Vladimirou as raw entities, and information is [...]

How Covid-19 Can Productively Change Culture

By |Community Contributions|

Now more than ever, leaders have a chance to learn more about their employees and drive greater focus on culture to help their organizations emerge from Covid-19 to set the [...]

The Skills and Mindsets of a Change Leader

By |Building Personal Impact, Change Management Articles, Profession|

In their June 2019 blog, ASQ (American Society for Quality) asked the question, How can an individual become a successful change leader? Robert Mitchell’s response identifies three skillsets required of [...]

Seeking Input on Change Initiatives: How Much and From Whom?

By |Change Management Articles|

For change leaders and practitioners, the question of how much input to seek from stakeholders in change-related decisions such as what the organization should do and how to effectively implement [...]