organizational change

Avoiding Change Fatigue

Are your employees suffering from change fatigue?

Not familiar with the term "change fatigue?" I suppose that's probably a good thing!

Maybe it's happening, but you're just not aware of it?

What is change fatigure?

According to Wikipedia:

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Three Simple Ways To Transform Organizations

by: Laszlo Kovari

You can start with any of these today! Start with your direct reports and let it pass through the entire organization.

No analysis required, just commitment, communications and GUTS (CC&G)! I won’t get into technicalities, you know how to do what you need to do!

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And Now for Something Completely Different

by: David Armano

I've decided that it's time to shake up some things in more than a few ways. As of today, I will no longer be employed with Critical Mass and I'm starting a new job with Dachis Corporation, where I will be working with Jeff Dachis, Peter Kim, and Kate Niederhoffer, on something we are calling "social business design" (more on that later).

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A Shareholder Revolution? Pt. 2

by: Jonathan Salem Baskin

I wrote yesterday that the way holders of stock in companies are treated amounts to benign disregard, at best, and fascist manipulation, at worst. So we can complain that execs are either 1) getting to rich, and/or b) dumber than dumb, but we'll grow old and bitter (and poorer) if we wait for corporate boards and government regulators to step up and change things.

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A Shareholder Revolution? Pt. 1

by: Jonathan Salem Baskin

If many corporate leaders have run their companies as drunken sailors at the till (or, more aptly, like wolves with the key to the hen house), maybe it's time for true stockholder revolutions, and the initiation of real, voter-driven democracies?

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Financial Crisis - an Opportunity for Business Model Innovation?

by: Alexander Osterwalder

Innovating during an economic downturn might seem counter intuitive at first sight. However, it is precisely the right moment to do so, as long as you already prepared your company for survival during this extremely severe crisis.

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Business Trasformation Is Simple. It All Comes Down to Three Things: Maximize Purpose, Creating a Bifocal Vision and Managing Change.

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The Death of American Socialism

by: John Winsor

I was surprised the other day when a good friend said that America is the largest socialist country in the world. He qualified his comment by saying that instead of socialism residing in the government, socialism in America resides in big corporations.

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Classrooms and Other Venues

by: Sigurd Rinde

Stumbled over a theme close to my heart - "Most classroom learning sucks" posted by Kathy Sierra at Headrush.

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A 15-Minute Innovation Crash Course

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