This is the second post exploring the role of leaders in transformational strategy execution. It is not the only risk, but it is the biggest risk. Being a great leader is NOT a … [Read more...] about Call to Leaders re strategies too important to fail – the biggest risk (Part 2 of 2)
Back in the day, there was a bit of a joke – not a “ha ha” but an “ahem” – how many tries does it take for an organization to implement a strategy? Today, most organizations get … [Read more...] about Call to Leaders re strategies too important to fail – the biggest risk (Part 1 of 2)
What does this have to do with leading change? Well "change" is the riskiest and most pressing demand facing organizations and their leaders today - and the most significant of … [Read more...] about Is leadership, and leading change, like leading a symphony?
"If we always do what we always did, we'll always get what we always got" - True and so what? Well, often (usually) we need to move ourselves and our people out of comfortable … [Read more...] about Fatal assumptions and setting projects up for success
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
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