“Since change is inevitable, the question is: Do you act to stop it and try to protect yourself from it, or do you become the master of change by accepting it and being open to it? … [Read more...] about What can Pixar teach us about innovation and change?
What comes after radio silence? Something new. It has been several weeks since I provided a blog post - I hope you have missed me a little and I hope the wait is worth it. I am … [Read more...] about New !! Model to understand Strategy Execution success
“If I have done any deed worthy of remembrance, that deed will be my monument. If not, no monument can preserve my memory.”—Agesilaus II Leaders at the very top of … [Read more...] about Building your leadership legacy—the organization that thrives for generations. Interview with Daryl Conner, Chairman, Conner Partners on the “nimble organization.” Post 3 of 3
Daryl Conner’s extensive thought leadership on creating nimble organizations has the potential to breathe new life into the dinosaurs of the Fortune 1000 and S&P 500. As a … [Read more...] about What is leadership’s responsibility for driving and sustaining a nimble organization? Interview with Daryl Conner, Chairman, Conner Partners. Post 2 of 3
“The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson After the “Evolution of Change Management” series with Jennifer Frahm … [Read more...] about The strategic imperative of the “nimble organization” and why it seems to be a mirage. Interview with Daryl Conner, Chairman, Conner Partners. Post 1 of 3
This post concludes my notes and my observations and comments (indicated by italics) from the panel discussion, “Growth Strategy—the Board’s Role,” run by the Institute of … [Read more...] about What is the Board’s Role in Strategy and Strategy Execution? Post 3 of 3
“Change is hard because people overestimate the value of what they have—and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up."—James Belasco and Ralph Stayer, Flight … [Read more...] about Will “Change Management” become extinct? The evolution of Change Management. Post 3 of 3
Seeing as the real punch line is why, let’s get the answer on the table: teenagers. That’s right. Let’s face it – we were all teenagers once so we should be able to relate to … [Read more...] about Who are “the most fully, crucially adaptive human beings around”? And what does this finding mean for Change Management?
Here’s another powerful voice from the “Culture eats Strategy” discussion currently running on LinkedIn in the Group Strategic Leadership Forum. This one is from Mona Mitchell, … [Read more...] about “Your culture is a competitive strategy – treat it that way” . Guest Post Mona Mitchell (“Culture eats Strategy” series Part 5)
This is the third guest post in the summer series “Culture eats Strategy”. This one is from an experienced change management leader, Garrett Gitchell President of Vision to Work, … [Read more...] about “Breakfast for four” guest post Garrett Gitchell (“Culture eats Strategy for breakfast” series Part 4)