Tag Archive: change management

Sean Richardson on the 10% Rule

I was speaking with sports psychologist and high performance coach Sean Richardson today about the 10% rule. Sean is an expert in sustaining physical and mental well being while performing at peak levels. Sean mentioned the additional dimension that there is a phenomenon in sports psychology called periodisation – athletes can sustain peak workloads for…

The ZenHabits Blog on Motivation and Getting Out of a Slump

Zen Habits recently posted an interesting article on getting motivated, getting out of a slump. The 16 action steps were: (the text below is from ZenHabits, edited for length and so that I am not blatantly copying absolutely everything! 😉 ) Focus on One Goal . . . if you are trying to do two…

Managing People Through Change

the Idea Sandbox had a nice quote on Change Management recently:

Change Management as a Core Competency for Sustainable Business Performance

The August edition of “Talking Business” in Qantas Airlines’ in-flight radio station QRadio has an interview with the author of “The First XI: Winning Organisations in Australia,” by Graeme Cocks of the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne. The interview makes the point that change management – ability to execute effectively – is…

Another Video on Open Space

A day of Open Space workshop interaction condensed into 30 seconds:

A Nice Video Presentation on Open Space

TransitionTowns has produced a nice little video on Open Space methodologies for organisational change: Thanks to Holger Nauheimer for putting me on to this.

The 4 P’s of Organisational Change

Luc Gallopin has posted a nice article about the 4 P’s of organisational change.In the model, people need a burning platform to push themselves to start changing, the organisation needs a plan and a method to monitor progress, and a clear vision must be provided of where people are going and what the new future…

Change Management at Marks & Spencer

The May 2007 issue of HBR had a nice little article by Stuart Rose, the CEO of Marks & Spencer, on the turnaround of the British icon. Rose’s account presents an interesting read from the perspective of Change Management and highlighted some of the principles in the change models presented in Leading Change and Managing…

Book Review: John Kotter on Change Management

John P. Kotter is a leading author and authority in Change Management. This article is a review of Kotter’s excellent work on the management of change outlined in his books Leading Change and The Heart of Change (with Dan Cohen). I will first summarise Kotter’s model of change in these books, and then assess Kotter’s…

Using Stories as a Change Management Tool

Gabrielle Dolan of One Thousand and One, an Australian consultancy specialising in storytelling as a tool for organisational development, recently published an article in The Age newspaper on applying storytelling as a tool for managing change. The article was read and blogged on by Dave Snowden of Cognitive Edge, and discussion ensued on Dave’s weblog….

Tag Archive: change management

Sean Richardson on the 10% Rule

I was speaking with sports psychologist and high performance coach Sean Richardson today about the 10% rule. Sean is an expert in sustaining physical and mental well being while performing at peak levels. Sean mentioned the additional dimension that there is a phenomenon in sports psychology called periodisation – athletes can sustain peak workloads for…

The ZenHabits Blog on Motivation and Getting Out of a Slump

Zen Habits recently posted an interesting article on getting motivated, getting out of a slump. The 16 action steps were: (the text below is from ZenHabits, edited for length and so that I am not blatantly copying absolutely everything! 😉 ) Focus on One Goal . . . if you are trying to do two…

Managing People Through Change

the Idea Sandbox had a nice quote on Change Management recently:

Change Management as a Core Competency for Sustainable Business Performance

The August edition of “Talking Business” in Qantas Airlines’ in-flight radio station QRadio has an interview with the author of “The First XI: Winning Organisations in Australia,” by Graeme Cocks of the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne. The interview makes the point that change management – ability to execute effectively – is…

Another Video on Open Space

A day of Open Space workshop interaction condensed into 30 seconds:

A Nice Video Presentation on Open Space

TransitionTowns has produced a nice little video on Open Space methodologies for organisational change: Thanks to Holger Nauheimer for putting me on to this.

The 4 P’s of Organisational Change

Luc Gallopin has posted a nice article about the 4 P’s of organisational change.In the model, people need a burning platform to push themselves to start changing, the organisation needs a plan and a method to monitor progress, and a clear vision must be provided of where people are going and what the new future…

Change Management at Marks & Spencer

The May 2007 issue of HBR had a nice little article by Stuart Rose, the CEO of Marks & Spencer, on the turnaround of the British icon. Rose’s account presents an interesting read from the perspective of Change Management and highlighted some of the principles in the change models presented in Leading Change and Managing…

Book Review: John Kotter on Change Management

John P. Kotter is a leading author and authority in Change Management. This article is a review of Kotter’s excellent work on the management of change outlined in his books Leading Change and The Heart of Change (with Dan Cohen). I will first summarise Kotter’s model of change in these books, and then assess Kotter’s…

Using Stories as a Change Management Tool

Gabrielle Dolan of One Thousand and One, an Australian consultancy specialising in storytelling as a tool for organisational development, recently published an article in The Age newspaper on applying storytelling as a tool for managing change. The article was read and blogged on by Dave Snowden of Cognitive Edge, and discussion ensued on Dave’s weblog….