Despite an ever-increasing pace of change, we seem to be bad at delivering change and re-organisations often seem to focus on the things that aren’t broken, avoiding the fundamental problems. We need to get better at deciding what to change.
Part 2 of a series on Personal Resilience, looking at resilience in terms of ‘bounce-back-ability’ and some warning signs to watch out for.
A reflection on my own experiences of redundancy, and of how it opened up a world of opportunities.
The ability to lead change is crucial, and this post looks at how to drive successful change according to Kotter’s ‘Leading Change’
The ability to lead change is crucial, and this post looks at why projects fail according to Kotter’s ‘Leading Change’
Are reorganisations worth the effort and how can changing constantly help us to avoid constant change?