We need to be ‘more agile’

“We need to be more agile!” You’d have to be living under a rock or operating in a very protected industry if you haven’t had your leadership team tested with the “we need to be more agile” imperative. The rationale […]

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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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If not change, then what?

A couple of weeks ago, I posed the question should change management practice undergo disruptive change. It was born of a niggling unease that change management practice was static and a belief system that change is healthy and stagnant is […]

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Skate to where the puck is going…

A few months ago I was invited to respond to a Perspectives piece by Change Management thought leader and fellow community manager Luc Galoppin was preparing for the HR People and Strategy journal. He casually mentioned he was seeking representation […]

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Fly away together: A recipe for change

So some of you may have seen that locally we had been meeting up as change managers to discuss innovative approaches to Change Management using the metaphor of cooking.   This week I have a guest chef on the […]

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Gamification, change management and the NAB Smart Store

So one of the cool initiatives I have been working on of late is the opening of the National Australia Bank’s (NAB) first Smart Store . It’s been a really interesting change management challenge. The Smart Store is all digital, […]

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Keeping ‘Agile’ with Change Management

Over the last three years I’ve  heard ‘Agile’ as a project methodology really take purchase. I’ve also seen a lot of change projects describe themselves as using ‘agile’ methodology, but I’m not so sure they were…I suspect there is […]

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Neuroscience and Change Management: The Neu Black?

I have to say, there doesn’t seem to be a LinkedIn update, best selling list, or conference outline that isn’t referencing Neuroscience and management at the moment.  Tis tres sexy! Get on board… Rewire your recalcitrant employees brains, make the […]

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