Change Management Tools

Change management is a multi-disciplinary profession. It relies on models from psychology, organisation design, systems thinking and much more. With all this conceptual talk it's easy to forget the everyday things we use to get things done: change management tools and techniques. I’m not exaggerating when I say that without tools, there’s no way to make change… Continue Reading

4 principle of continues improvement

Today, I’m going to share with you what I’ve learnt about the principles of continuous improvement, which have nothing whatsoever to do with methods, tools or techniques. Not that they aren’t important. But to really have an impact, having these principles as the background context will be what makes the difference. Since the start of… Continue Reading

What is change management the definitive guide

Okay, it's been a while since I have blogged. Last year I decided to reorganise my online activities to respond to requests for online training. So, I'm now focusing the site on in-depth, higher quality guides and posts that will help you succeed in growing your change management career and/or implement change in your organisation… Continue Reading

IBMs advice for change leaders

Rescued from bankruptcy itself by an aggressive organizational change instigated and overseen by Lou Gerstner in the early 1990s, IBM is now the world’s largest business IT consultancy business. It seems natural then, given its history and its business focus, that IBM should be interested in the effects, failures, and successes of organizational change globally. Its second Making Change Work… Continue Reading

The Continuing Failure of Change Projects

Most failing change projects do so because of the lack of attention paid to the basic principles of change management. When organizations need to change, leaders cannot simply click their fingers and expect that change to take place. The reasons and benefits of change may be obvious to project sponsors, change leaders, and the board of… Continue Reading