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Facing up to Change

Fairly early on in my research career I designed a model for capturing the reasoning people applied to make sense of an initiative, change project, anything that involved moving from A to B. 606 more words


Commit to Your Ideas! An Exhortation to Put Them Out & Get Feedback

In a May 15 New York Times article on Charles Darwin and the development of ideas called “It Is, in Fact, Rocket Science,” New York Times writer Leonard Mlodinow says: 451 more words


From Managing the Probable to Leading the Possible

I read a terrific article in the McKinsey Quarterly titled Delighting in the Possible that presents the case for a shift in leadership that better addresses the complexities of our modern, fast-moving, business environment. 422 more words


What Your CEO and Social Media Can Tell You

May 19, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

The focus on CEO’s is key to driving and unleashing the potential of organizations. 313 more words


The Power of Change

Reposting due to popular demand, it seems many of you have found this article useful

The Power of Change

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results” – Einstein… 422 more words


Eight steps to achieve sticky change in your organization - The Globe and Mail | #ChangeManagement

Technology is changing our world every day, and it’s not going to slow down to let any of us off the ride. To equip your business for the New Year, adopt one more resolution: understand that change is the new status quo. 73 more words

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Freedom and Accountability

A thought to ponder about your approach to your work environment from Peter Koestenbaum and Peter Block in Freedom and Accountability at Work:

According to existential thinking, our blame and judgment of others is merely a symptom, as are our feelings of vulnerability.

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