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Morag Barrett

Many managers would do well to quit their MBA program, (and quit Management by Bossing Around) to focus on their relationship skills. Maybe that manager is you.
But I’m not a people person!
Society is in a transition phase in terms of how relationships are valued in the workplace. The percentage of workers who come from the traditional “business is business” mindset is still large. However, as they approach retirement age the next generation is stepping forward, …

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Use a Threat-Opportunity Analysis to Develop Your Case for Change

Jesse Jacoby

In this article we will share with you the Threat-Opportunity Analysis, which is a change management tool that helps a project team develop its case for change. We had written previously about how to develop a powerful case for change and why it’s important to have one for your business transformation …

How to Develop a Powerful Case for Change

Jesse Jacoby

In previous blog posts, I addressed the importance of creating a sense of urgency for your organizational change initiative (e.g., Use Heart and Mind Appeal to Create a Sense of Urgency). Establishing a proper sense of urgency for change is often a skipped step or it is assumed that the …

How Leaders Can Avoid Change Quagmires

One Comment | Jesse Jacoby

Company leaders often ask us about common pitfalls associated with organizational  change initiatives and how they can avoid them. The term  “pitfall,” defined as a hidden danger in the form of a covered pit used as a trap, implies a sudden occurrence. We prefer the term quagmire which more accurately …

Use Mind and Heart Appeal to Create a Sense of Urgency

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Use Mind and Heart Appeal to Create a Sense of Urgency

Establishing a sense of urgency at all levels of the organization is a necessary first step in gaining the cooperation required to drive a significant change effort. Half of the companies that fail to affect needed change make their mistakes at the very beginning by not creating an appropriate sense …

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