Tag: organizational change

Building Relationships – To Make Business Changes Easy

January 28, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Relationship building is a vital element of any manager’s activity. It has to be an incessant and pro-active behaviour which is – or becomes – the very essence of any manager’s personal style. When we work with change, it’s going to be challenging for our people to accept, so the relationships we have with them […]

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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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Don Tapscott on Organizational Nakedness

March 29, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Corporates need to change in an online world which is much more open – and then will they? Is the place you work really transparent and if not, how can you help it to be? Checkout Don Tapscott’s fascinating clip on how nakedness is coming to organizations. This has relevance for everyone… Share this:

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Quick Thinking Required

March 6, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

I’m fascinated by productivity. Making things actually happen, instead of pondering endlkessly is a huge step forward for any manager. When I was in Australia recently, I met up with Dr Ken Hudson, from The Speed Thinking Zone. Ken’s premise is that things take way too long and there is a better way. Hudson’s Law […]

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