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The People Practices Survey Report: March 2020 New Realities
How have human resources and business leaders responded to the pandemic? This report includes the results of our online survey and highlights the key takeaways.
When it comes to culture change, go slow early to go fast later.
While it may seem to delay things at the start, it’s smart to have a common understanding before you begin any culture change. You’ll save time in the long run and achieve better results in the end.
10 High-Leverage Principles for Sustainable Organizational Change
Organizational change requires strong leadership, the right conditions — and the ability to abandon old notions. Here are 10, high-leverage things you can do to ensure a successful outcome for your next change effort.
Your Checklist for Organizational Change Sustainability
Organizational change sustainability can be in your grasp. But to achieve success, you’ll need to exert strong change leadership, apply proven principles, and set up the right conditions. Let’s get started.
What Works (and What Doesn’t) When it Comes to Organizational Change
10 High-Leverage Principles for Sustainable Organizational Change With today’s scarcity of time, leverage is the name of the game. That is, yielding a substantial benefit from a moderate amount of effort. In my organizational change journey across a wide variety of industries, communities spanning five continents, and three decades of experience, I’ve come to know […]