Is organizational change like a snowball or a snowstorm? Does it gather mass and momentum as it rolls along, or does it dissipate over time, as the original conditions that energized it are exhausted? The answer to this long-standing question has profound implications for managers attempting to implement and manage change in their organizations.
Conventional research […]
Happy new year! The start of a new year is traditionally a great time to consider change, but the window of opportunity is often short-lived. The challenge can be to find the right resources to help the reflective process and assist in setting a new course. Two popular books on change fit the bill and […]
Innovation is hot. Books, courses and management gurus trumpet the need to develop the creative potential of employees. Innovation is cast as an essential ingredient for organizational survival in turbulent environments. Innovative “learning organizations” are ones which facilitate the generation of new ideas from the entrepreneurial energy of their people. For […]