Category: change management

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The Driving Forces of Change [Internal & External]

The Driving Forces of Change The ability to navigate the never-ending cycle of change is a cornerstone of success for any organization. Change affects everybody, every business, every industry, every day. If...

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Coaching Through Change: Where Am I And How Did I Get Here?

This year, I have done a lot of coaching with my son. He is almost 18, just graduated from high school, and has had a difficult year. Just as his senior year...

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Transformational Change Champion: Five Tips to Keep Your Team Ready For Change

Do members on your team view change as frightening, something to be avoided?  Actually, change isn’t necessarily bad; in fact, it can be an amazing opportunity for personal growth, new directions, and...

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The Effects of Organizational Change

This article will focus on an Organizational Change Model, which explains both how and why people affected by change behave as they do. While other models describe the effects of organizational change,...

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Adapting and Dealing with Change: A New Twist to an Old Nursery Rhyme

Do you recall the classic nursery rhyme The Itsy, Bitsy Spider? The itsy, bitsy spider went up the water spout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the...

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Are you QRious about the QR Code Revolution?

If you would like to read this post, you will need to scan the images below via a QR reader or scanner.  Many of these can be donwloaded to your smart phone at no...

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Elegy for Poor Management

A friend of mine is a decent person but a terrible manager. I know this because I have been both his friend and his employee in the fifteen years I have known...

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Four Emotional Experiences Associated with Change

The only constant in life is change.  Change may happen slowly or quickly, may be visible or hidden, and can be self initiated or thrust upon us.  Some people are motivated by...

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The Wright Brothers: An Introduction To Innovation

On December 17, 2003 pilots in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina failed to reenact the flight of Orville and Wilbur Wright that had taken place 100 years earlier. What made the flight...

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Change: To Lead Or Be Led

Recently I wrote a blog of a co-workers grandson who was able to make the team in tryouts for a premier soccer league. Unfortunately as he was looking forward to his first...

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