Organizational change theory: Do not linger

Organizational change theory

As market conditions shift, job roles change, and other things happen in the course of employment, people get scared, nervous, etc. And what do we do? Drown the approach to working with them in HR paperwork. Less than stellar. Let’s fix this. Continue Reading

Your change management plan will terrify you, yes

Change management plan

“No time, Nate! I’m chasing new revenue streams and this change idea has me terrified!” Continue Reading

Will CEO responsibilities ever really shift?

CEO responsibilities

If VUCA is real and disruption is near, then shouldn’t CEOs be viewed differently — and/or chasing new targets? Yes. But this isn’t happening as much as it should. Continue Reading

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Company hierarchy sucks. Can we improve the issues?

Company hierarchy

We keep hearing that top-down management doesn’t work in 2016, but hierarchy is a massive brain-soother for many in the corporate sphere. But it sucks. So, er, what now? Continue Reading

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Business transformation is about people, not money

Business Transformation

It ain’t about chasing nickels, baby. It’s about what it will all do to people. Continue Reading

An organizational development consultant can’t save you

Organizational development consultant

Rushing in because the execs can’t be bothered to think about culture issues but fear disruption, what happens next for our hero? Continue Reading

Business intelligence tools: The four areas to consider

Business Intelligence Tools

What can a global leader at McKinsey teach us about what business tools we need to be thinking about for growth? Continue Reading

The ‘key stakeholders’ problem at work

Key Stakeholders

That’s a lot of posteriors to pucker. Continue Reading