Category Archives: Change Management

Rather Than Respond to Change, You Should Better Prepare for It

Mark LaScola — November 8, 2018 Follow @MarkOTM — November 8, 2018 geralt / Pixabay Historically, organization change flowed top-down. Executive teams would set up new initiatives, then pass those on to managers and expect employees to follow the course. Understandably, this method was often fraught with obstacles. Today, that strategy is outdated because workforces … Continue reading Rather Than Respond to Change, You Should Better Prepare for It

How to Overcome the Anxiety of Change with Organizational Empathy

Chris Cancialosi — August 14, 2017 Follow @gothamCulture — August 14, 2017 Alexas_Fotos / Pixabay We often talk about organizational change like inertia. We assume that the plans we put into motion will continue in motion unless they’re otherwise affected by some outside force. But the truth is, organizational change is more akin to entropy. … Continue reading How to Overcome the Anxiety of Change with Organizational Empathy

3 Rules To Drive Change

by Erika Goldwater Follow @erikawgOctober 17, 2016 At times, organizations enact change because they want to take advantage of a competitive situation. Other times change occurs out of necessity, it may forced for one reason or another or conversely, it happens organically. Change is a natural occurrence both in our personal lives and in business. … Continue reading 3 Rules To Drive Change