Are we just “ugly giant bags of mostly water”?—alien's description of humans, Star Trek, The Next Generation, “Home Soil” This may be a contentious topic. Are we servants to our … [Read more...] about Does physiology affect our propensity for change? A sneak peek at Simon Sinek’s latest book “Leaders Eat Last”
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?
“Engage the hearts and minds of people in change”: motherhood! This phrase is foundational in most change management practices. However, it means something completely different … [Read more...] about “Your brain on change management: advancements in neuroscience shed new light on the physiology of Change Management” guest post John P. Barbuto, MD