Designing a cultural change and executing it effectively is one of the most interesting and thought-provoking endeavours an organisation can undertake.
.. and enable us to stretch, grow and lift ourselves in ways we cannot have imaged. For the longest time, ‘touchy-feely’ has been a derogatory term that is frowned upon in the business environment. It’s been career-limiting for many to be ‘emotional’ and ‘wear your heart on your sleeve’. Often the individual expressing emotional behaviour…Details
In the rollout of major project implementations, you will come across individuals/teams/business units with diverse agendas. In High Technology organisations, a change say, in ERP system, it is common to see, multiple views of the change. One of the best practices in project rollout consists of creating alignment between viewpoints. The degree to which each multiple…Details
Many organisations try to ‘save’ money in their multi-million dollar projects by focusing on the technology and overlooking the effect of the change in technology on the people. The effect of the project on the people in human terms and their adoption of the project often gets overlooked and is usually managed by the change…Details
In any project that are leveraging the change management methodology, stakeholder interviews form an integral and critical part of the information you collect to discover the ‘as-is’ situation. Interviewing the key stakeholders of an organization to be one of the most rewarding personal and professional experiences. Doing stakeholder interviews, I come across some of the…Details
Life forces us to evolve, adapt, grow and change. For most people, change is hard, whether we encounter it in our personal lives or our professional ones. Major changes in our personal lives could include a move to a new home (project-related change), a change in marital status (socioeconomic change) or welcoming a new baby…Details