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Knowledge Worker: One More Time: How Do You Manage Change?

Knowledge Worker: One More Time: How Do You Manage Change?

If authorities like Harvard’s John Kotter are to be believed, two out of three change management initiatives fail. I have been involved in many change efforts over the years, ranging in scope and scale from organization-wide transformation to minor process improvements.

Rethinking, Revisiting, & Reimagining PI: Reformatting the Arc of the Field of Performance Improvement and Performance Opportunity: A Proposal

Rethinking, Revisiting, & Reimagining PI: Reformatting the Arc of the Field of Performance Improvement and Performance Opportunity: A Proposal

In a marketplace that is rife with competition, products, services, thought leaders, and organizations across industries are being constantly reshaped and redefined. Why? Very simply, it is all about survival.

What Technology Failures Can Teach Us About Supporting Our Human Capital

What Technology Failures Can Teach Us About Supporting Our Human Capital

It may seem strange, but I trace the origins of my drive to make explicit an organization’s culture of quality to a hardware failure my university experienced during my undergraduate study.

The Third ISPI-China Performance Improvement Forum: New Technology and New Change

The Third ISPI-China Performance Improvement Forum: New Technology and New Change

The ISPI China Chapter hosted the third China Performance Improvement Forum in Beijing on October 25, 2013. The forum is the premier annual event of ISPI-China and has been held successfully the past two years. Focusing on the theme of “New Technology and New Change,” the forum this year attracted nearly 300 attendees. Most of them were executives and practitioners from performance improvement and learning areas of a variety of industries. Numerous scholars and their students from local universities attended the forum as well. The guest host of the forum was Mr. Fan Deng of CCTV. The forum gained support from 10 organizational sponsors and vendors.

Real-Time Performance Decisions

Real-Time Performance Decisions

How often have you found yourself attending a course, learning new skills and knowledge that you were very excited about sharing with your organization? You had great intentions to start applying these new skills to help improve your performance and the performance of your team. You share your new knowledge with your team, and people start applying the new skills. You feel what you have just learned is translating into value for your organization.

Lead Your Organization Through Major Change

Lead Your Organization Through Major Change

When change is forced upon you, making the shift is often more stressful and more difficult than when you thoughtfully decide to take your organization in a new direction.