In the present climate business performance is key to business survival. You and your organization cannot afford to underperform. But how do you ensure your performance management system actually works and works well!
Kotter argues that many change projects fail because victory is declared too early. Real change runs deep and takes time. Quick wins are only the beginning of what needs to be done to achieve long-term change – make sure you take enough time!
Nothing motivates and gives people confidence more than success. Give your company and your team a taste of victory early in the change process.
When you first start thinking about change, there will probably be many great ideas and solutions floating around. You need to link these concepts together into an overall vision.
The world sees your personal brand in all you do. Everything, from the comments you make on Twitter to the way you dress, strengthens or weakens the way the world see you – your personal brand! Here are eight questions to ask yourself!
Here are some ways to make sure the change in your organization is successful
The most effective way to behave in work and business, as in life, is to act with integrity.
The benefits of partnership have long been extolled for public, private, voluntary and community organisations! And the benefits of true partnership are invaluable in managing change across an organisation. But the word ‘partnership’ is probably one of the most abused in the modern business lexicon. It is worth looking more closely at what partnership really means!
Need to make a change – this is the simplest way – use the Freeze Phase Model also known as Square-Blob-Star! This post tells you how to use it!
In the present climate the pressure to seek value for money through out-sourcing is stronger than ever.
Yes, you can save money but getting the full value from your outsourcing service and making sure that it supports your business in the way you intended is complicated.