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Change Managements Musings #002

Last month we offered a potential definition of organizational change management.  We will let that discussion continue as we move along to review some of the change stimuli and the potential response modes to those stimuli. For our purposes we place change stimuli into four broad drivers.  Innovation, Productivity, Compliance, Force Majeure.  I am not sure where to place corporate ...

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Change Management Musings – Part 1

Welcome to this Change Management blog. We expect to engage in an open and honest discourse concerning change management, its science and its art. To be frank, I am but a student of the topic, even though I have been attempting change management over many many years. You, the reader and fellow students, practitioners and experts are encouraged to challenge ...

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July 2015 Author Q&A: CHANGE-friendly LEADERSHIP

Change-Friendly Leadership

Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan is author of the internationally bestselling book CHANGE-friendly LEADERSHIP: How to Transform Good Intentions into Great Performance. The book won the prestigious Eric Hoffer Award for “the advancement of principles and practices that are vital for a thriving society.” Dr. Duncan has served as an officer of two Fortune 500 companies and as a faculty member at ...

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Top 3 Questions For Internal Vs External Resource Decisions

Inside Out

Every organization is constrained by the amount of financial and human resources available. Leaders struggle with how to most effectively allocate these resources across ongoing operational tasks and the implementation of strategic initiatives. These three questions will help you determine when and where to engage external resources and what tasks are best performed by your internal staff. What’s the task/project ...

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The PM Evolution

Don't Just Stand There

The discipline of Project Management is evolving. That evolution is being driven by organizations wanting to double down on the tangible successes they’ve realized from investing in project management. Interestingly, organizations are expanding their expectations for project management in a variety of areas. The most common expansion of expectations are related to getting project management practices involved earlier in the project life ...

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