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The Application and Impact of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence on Change Management – Part 2

By |Change Management Articles|

In part 1 we addressed the concept of intelligent change management. We then began an analysis of the intelligent framework and the application of data science and AI, starting with [...]

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

By |Meet the Expert|

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 [...]

The Application and Impact of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence on Change Management – Part 1

By |Community Contributions|

Intelligent Change Management Intelligence is the highest value we can get from data. To bring intelligence into Change Management, we need to have information about current and desired (future) states, [...]

How to Overcome Culture Antibodies that Reject Change, With Dana Houston Jackson

By |From the Field, Podcasts|

In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Dana Houston Jackson. In her role as Senior Change Advisor at 1898 & Co. (a division of Burns & McDonnell), [...]

Employees’ Perception of Change Depends on Their Role in the Organization (part 2)

By |Change Management Articles|

PART 2 In the first part of this article I investigated the perception of change and the pivotal role of a change champion. In this second part I’ll explore the [...]

Employees’ Perception of Change Depends on Their Role in the Organization

By |Change Management Articles|

The research’s foundation During the second year of my MSc International Human Resource Management program I conducted this research while working for Philips at their headquarters in Amsterdam. During my [...]

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 [...]

Political Skill at Work, With Parker Ellen, III

By |Meet the Expert, Podcasts|

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 [...]

Ruthless Consistency, With Michael Canic

By |Meet the Expert, Podcasts|

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 [...]

The Dance of Transformation & Change Leadership – Part 2

By |Community Contributions|

In Part 1 of this article we introduced performance artist and dancer Gabrielle Roth’s five basic dance rhythms as metaphors for five change leadership styles, and examined the first three [...]