Many people have asked me what are the keys to successful organizational change? The kind of change that will actually stick? This happened most recently late in the spring, when I facilitated a workshop on this topic at the American Society of Quality (ASQ) annual Cowtown Roundup in Fort Worth. The best-selling business book I co-authored… Read More Keys to Successful Change Initiatives
No matter what your circumstances, you WILL deal with change in any organization, and no matter how you want to work with it, we have you covered…. Please spread the word about our November 12-13 public workshops on change. We hold these three workshops at the Richardson Civic Center, and to facilitate interaction among… Read More We Have Change Covered for You – Our Three Public Workshops: November 12-13
When Bill Lee and I wrote Organizing Change (San Francisco: Pfeiffer-Jossey Bass, 2003), we did so from a large-scale perspective. Our premise was that it is easier to consider change from a high-level such as a one that affects an entire organization, then, whittle it down to whatever level you want to use, such as a… Read More Our Book on Organizing Change Features Three Key Principles
Earlier this month, the Governor of Texas, Rick Perry, proposed that Texas abandon using traditional textbooks in public schools and replace them with computer technology. In the story, published by the Associated Press in newspapers across the country, Perry asked participants at a computer gaming education conference in Austin, “I don’t see any reason in the… Read More Hold on Governor Perry – Let’s Get it Right, not Faster!
I hope you had the chance to read the recent blog by Randy Mayeux, in which he inserted a table of topics and issues, correlated with best-selling business titles. The title included “strategic plan” and you can find it quickly by clicking here, or by going to “Randy’s blog entries” under Categories on the main… Read More Randy’s Table is Ambitious – and Correct!