Posts Tagged ‘change formula’
The dissatisfaction with status quo has been established, the vision is compelling, and yet, when it comes to examining how the organization needs to transform to meet the future, your group struggles. Sound familiar? Perhaps your group is dealing with some “residual” resistance from previous poorly-managed change initiatives. This workshop looks at how an organization […]
We have often mentioned David Gleicher’s change formula – D X V X F > R – as an important sequencing of tasks when building a change initiative. When so many leaders jump into the F – First Steps – without building the D (Dissatisfaction with Status Quo and Case for Change) or the V […]
Have you ever found yourself wanting to implement some kind of change either at home or in your place of business and realized you didn’t have the support to make it happen? Now by change, all I mean is something new. Maybe a desire to purchase a new lawnmower, or more critical, the need to […]
John Kotter, renowned author and change management guru, reported in his book, Leading Change, that 70% of change initiatives in organizations and businesses fail. That is an extraordinarily depressing figure when we also hear that the only constant in life these days is change. Does that mean that we’re all doomed to fail 70% of […]
Deborah Mackin, international trainer and coach, discusses with a leadership summit group how to become change champions in their own organizations.