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Insights in Change Management—Interview with Kimberlee Williams, CEO, ignitem (Part 3 of 3)

Who do you seek out when faced with something new?

Someone who has done it before, of course. Leading and managing change is fraught with risk—nuanced, contextual, dynamic, and difficult to decipher. 833 more words

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Insights in Change Management—Interview with Kimberlee Williams, CEO ignitem (Part 2 of 3)

Change management practitioners are in the fray of turning strategy into ROI. This often feels like nailing Jell-O on the wall, but seasoned practitioners have insights that the rest of us can benefit from. 1,322 more words

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Insights in Change Management—Interview with Kimberlee Williams, CEO, ignitem (Part 1 of 3)

Who knows more about change management than practitioners in the trenches? These are professionals who are vested in helping organizations achieve the promises to the Board (the strategy, “the change”) and who have dedicated their careers to figuring out how to do this well. 1,550 more words

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Organization Change Management-Why Changes not Succeed?

10 common errors to avoid:

  1. Not establishing enough urgency
  2. Failure in forming a powerful guiding association
  3. Underestimating the power of vision
  4. Under-communicating the vision
  5. Permitting obstacles to block the vision…
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Advances in Strategy Execution

There have been three important developments in the last six months that we should all take note of:

  •  Aug 2013 Project Management Institute (PMI) published a discussion paper…
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Building your leadership legacy—the organization that thrives for generations. Interview with Daryl Conner, Chairman, Conner Partners on the “nimble organization.” Post 3 of 3

“If I have done any deed worthy of remembrance, that deed will be my monument. If not, no monument can preserve my memory.”—Agesilaus II

Leaders at the very top of organizations—and by this I mean board members, CEOs, EVPs, and SVPs—have a very rare opportunity. 1,203 more words

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