Posts Tagged ‘change initiatives’
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It looks like we may be seeing some signs of light at the end of the tunnel as we march into the new year. With the fiscal cliff averted in the US, the stock market rebounding and businesses starting to release more of their reserve funds for new hiring, training and expansion – we are […]
This article focuses on the concept that while it’s certainly important to study change management strategies, we often neglect the mix of personality preferences in a change initiative and their impact on its success.
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 […]
I happened to be preparing for a change management training for the Naval Reactors Headquarters in D.C. when I came across some material from Peter Senge’s work on change that is definitely worth sharing and remembering. In his book, Dance of Change, he identifies a number of challenges that cause change initiatives to fail. I’ve […]