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The Business and Personal Nature of Change Management

By |Community Contributions|

Time and task management are two critical skillsets small business owners need to have. A highly developed focus can help ensure all operational functions of your business run smoothly and [...]

Change Management Dilemma: The Wrong Solution or Solving the Wrong Problem

By |Change Management Articles|

Everything was set for rolling out a communication dashboard under the corporate website for people managers. Details were designed, and a budget was assigned. The internal communication team was hopeful [...]

Here Are Three Things We All Can Do to Reduce Friction and Lessen the Pain of Change in 2021

By |Change Management Articles|

When people butt heads, it creates friction. Friction slows everything down, making it more difficult and sometimes even impossible to change. We all have less bandwidth to get things done [...]

If Design Thinking Could Serve Change Management with Only One Aspect, This would be…!?

By |Change Management Articles|

I looked at the long list of stakeholders on the Excel sheet and quickly skimmed the change assessment. I asked the program manager if they talked to any of the [...]

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

By |Change Management Articles|

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

By |Change Management Articles, Profession, Tools & Methodologies|

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

By |Change Management Articles|

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!?

By |Change Management Articles|

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!

By |Change Management Articles|

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 [...]