Organizational Change Management 3.0

OCM 3.0 – Same, same but different? Last night it was a terrific gathering of the CMP community of practice. In a very cleverly designed night, beautifully facilitated by Kym DeLany  and Kim Cadigan. A group of 20 practitioners worked in three […]

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Ep 017 #ChangeChat with Daryl Conner

Alrighty, be calm fan girl. You got a chance to talk with Daryl Conner. There’s going to be a whole stack of you out there who’ll know immediately why this was SO cool. But for the uninitiated, Daryl is the […]

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The Surrender Trinity

Many of you know I have been working on how the concept of “Surrender” fits into workplace change. My interest in the idea arose when I experienced “stuckness” […]

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2015: A professional year in review

It’s funny. Every-time I go to start a Professional Year in Review post, I wanted to start with “Wow, that was a big year”. And in reality, what year isn’t? When you abstract yourself to the higher view, 365 […]

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Continuous change and the cloud

Does the uptake of cloud based systems change drive a continuous change culture… Or do you need to have a culture of continuous change to see the true benefits of cloud based systems? It’s curious chicken and egg I have […]

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Design Thinking

I’ve been working recently in an organisation where the new CEO is speaking a lot about the importance of Design Thinking. Design thinking is a human-centered, prototype-driven process for innovation that can be applied to product, service, and business […]

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Disruptive change?

Just over a year ago, I gave a presentation on the Past, Present and Future of Change Management. In reference to the future I predicted we would see more of neuroscience influencing change practices, more use of social media and […]

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The Past, Present and Future of Change Management: Part 3

So building on the last two posts – the past and the present … The Future In response to the fragmentation and the confusion, I see a move towards consolidation and centralisation. I am not overly enthralled with this, […]

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