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Overview: Plan the Change Journey

Man plans, and the gods laugh.

There is a lot that solid planning can do, and much that it cannot. Here are some of the key things that I have learned about change planning over the 40+ years I have been developing–and executing– change-related plans. 1,286 more words


My Best Learnings for Business and Personnal Success

My Best Learning’s for Business and Personal Success:


  • am responsible for my own behaviour – no one else’s.
  • can influence others to change, but they are responsible for changing themselves.
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Organizational Diversity: Is Your Business Diversity Commitment Only Skin Deep?

I absolutely agree diversification of people improves organizations, communities, and society. I agree that including many minds makes a better professional and personal environment, organizations can become more flexible in thought and action, and ultimately better members in a society are trained and built. 1,167 more words

M Dave Salisbury

Organizational Culture: A Leadership Opportunity and Responsibility

In the interest of full disclosure, I have been employed by both organizations mentioned. Both employment situations have ended, and I currently have no further business with either organization. 1,220 more words

M Dave Salisbury

Hopelessly Confused: “Peace Be Still.”

I was casting around for a topic to write about and came across regarding leadership and decision-making when two topics, combined into the same single strand, thought, came into focus. 1,224 more words

M Dave Salisbury

Overview: Prepare for the Change Journey


How can you prepare for the journey when you haven’t yet planned it?

The truth is, you can’t…at least not fully.

At the same time, if you begin by planning, it’s likely that the only things you will prepare for are what you have planned…and I have seen that have disastrous results. 911 more words


The Goat Farm - Episode 13 - Measuring Success at Capital One

We all think DevOps is a better way to work, but how can you begin to measure aspects of your DevOps transformation. In this episode we talk to Adam Auerbach and Topo Pal of Capital One, and learn more about the work they are doing. 362 more words