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  • The Power of Trustworthiness

    Previous blog posts warn about the dangers of assuming that people who are actively pushing back and resisting a change are never constructive and always a problem...

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  • Resistance to Change is Not Futile

    Resistance that stems from employees uncovering a problem with the change initiative could be a source of information that can be used to improve the change or its implementation...

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  • A Balancing Act

    A clear view of the end-state helps people get onboard with a new idea — something well known in the consumer behavior and marketing arena...

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  • Let the Change Initiative Speak

    We all know that change is inevitable. Whether it is parchment scrolls replacing clay tablets or tablet computers replacing desktops, new technologies are certain to displace the old reliable favorites...

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  • Creating A Positive Epidemic

    An organizational change initiative begins with an idea about improving how work gets done. It could be an idea about how to increase quality or get product to market quicker...

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  • From Vicious to Virtuous Cycles

    Most of us have read the statistic that 50 to 85 percent of change initiatives fail. It is often said initiatives fail because people resist change. Blaming resistance just might be...

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  • Constructive Rabble Rousing

    Project-based learning (PBL) is an approach to K-12 education designed to engage students through solving real-world problems. For example, rather than learning botany, geology, and horticulture in the abstract, students...

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  • Whose Example Is It, Anyway?

    As a change leader, success depends on engaging employees and motivating them to become advocates of the new initiative. This is where the Seven Levers of Change come into play...

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  • Taming the Creep

    Scope creep refers to expanding a project while it is in development or even deployment. It is the cumulative effect of adding “one small thing” to a project too many...

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  • Addressing the Problem, Not Just the Symptoms

    A previous post introduced basic concepts from systems thinking. The concepts were illustrated with one systems archetype (“Fixes that Fail”) that helps leaders avoid the trap of applying a short-term...

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