Posts filed under: Change Management

I recently finished reading John Kotter’s book Our Iceberg is Melting and was reminded of the importance of building a cohesive team when creating and sustaining change in the workplace. He aptly describes a day where the subjects in his...
Curiosity is generally an inherent aspect of all children. Children do not have years of experience and education to rely on and they don’t assume to know the answer. This basic question – why? –  is the building block for...
Change is the corner stone for growth and organizations often embrace change by initiating new projects to help meet future goals. For example, an organization that wants to grow its sales may decide to move from a manual process of...
Change affects us deeply as individuals, and as project or change managers, it’s important we understand the emotions involved with change. This is often referred to as Emotional Intelligence. Communicating with people based upon how THEY need to be communicated...
Yep, the F word. It happens to all of us at one time or another (though you may not admit it!) and it can be a bitter pill to swallow. Maybe you even saw it looming on the horizon but...