Well my vote won’t surprise - but this might - just before the recession hit (BTW are we back to this point yet?), Boston Consulting Group did a survey of 4700 executives in 83 … [Read more...] about What is THE critical organizational capability for 2011?
My vote goes to “Integrative Thinking” attributed to Roger Martin: “The ability to face constructively the tension of opposing ideas and, instead of choosing one at the expense of … [Read more...] about What is THE critical leadership capability for 2011?
In Change Management Communities of Practice, project professionals often discuss what to do about resistance. It often quickly comes down to how to re-direct, re-assign or even … [Read more...] about Resistance: “it is easier to ‘change’ someone else than to change ourselves”
Social media is shaping our buying patterns, our opinions and our cultures. What will this mean to our economies, our world views and our ways of life? We thought we were already … [Read more...] about Does social media change us? Yes – bullying as a case study
Please do read this blog post "Rethink, Reimagine, Reset" - Idris Mootee, CEO of Idea Couture, is the author of four books, tens of published articles, and a frequent speaker at … [Read more...] about “Rethink, Reimagine, Reset”
We ask these questions because leading and managing change is the economic imperative of our generation. It's not enough to know what to change - organizations must deliver ... and … [Read more...] about Top 5 Questions for Leaders responsible for Strategic Change results
This question, posted on LinkedIn, prompted some very interesting debate. My full response follows. Perhaps, more important than "mistakes", the dialogue points to great … [Read more...] about “The Top 3 Common Mistakes made on a change engagement”
It is very common for discussions about Program or Project change to line up on 2 fairly mature perspectives. And furthermore, speakers tend to line up on one OR the other (for … [Read more...] about The missing link – the third element for leveraging sustainable change
Much has been made of Obama's election campaign - on the public rhetoric of change. Certainly one cannot argue its effectiveness - regardless of your political persuasions - this … [Read more...] about The business of changing a country – Reflection 1
"The future is always changing ... in the largest of ways by the smallest of things"—PUSH, the movie. What a great concept. It jives with Jim Collin's notion in "Good to Great" … [Read more...] about “The future is always changing …