Tag: change management

Under New Management

January 27, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

My football club has a new manager. So I set to thinking about just what he might be doing on his first day. Clearly, there will be a need to be introduced to all the key people on his team – and not just the players – so that he has at least got some […]

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The Recipe for Management Success

April 18, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Sometimes it’s good to find out other perspectives. So often it’s easier to sit with ourselves and believe our management capabilities are adequate enough. Maybe it’s time to wake-up… As managers, we all want to run teams that bring success to whatever our enterprise is. The component members of those teams will often decide what […]

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Successfully Introducing and Managing Business Change

January 12, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Change is a fact of life. Managing change brings challenges for even the most experienced of managers, yet it’s how it’s handled that can shape a career. How we take on board the changes that are expected of us when we manage others, can have a significant impact on the way that our people react […]

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Regular and Consistent Change

May 21, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Change is with us, maybe more than ever in the challenging world we live in today. To avoid the stress and trouble of major change, it’s vital to be on the alert all the time. Constantly reviewing where you are in your business and making small course adjustments, like the autopilot of a jumbo jet, […]

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