Management resources – Must read
Fast-moving technologies, rapid global expansion, shifting business models, mergers and acquisitions all hold out dazzling possibilities. But leadership remains a huge challenge, even for companies relatively unscathed by the economic by economic turmoil. Today, employees continue to seek guidance from their leaders, who must find time to reassure their people while trying to establish a pole position for the future. Make sure to read:
- Change management and the power of small wins – Large change management problems are best broken down into smaller ones with concrete achievable goals
- When it comes to organisational change – Pour champagne on it – Change initiatives can be frustrating and take a long time. It is therefore critical to celebrate milestones once they have been reached
- Change readiness the new change management – The ability to continuously initiate and respond to change in ways that create advantage, minimize risk, and sustain performance
- Organizational culture change in a digital era – Social media and how we use it as an organization can have a great impact in creating experiences that impact the culture
- Top 10+ tips to improve change management communication – Communication is key to execute a change management project
- Communication is paramount when it comes to change management – Lots of it. Change is unsettling because it brings with it an element of uncertainty. And it is the uncertainty which is a major cause of resistance to change
- Internal communication an important part of any change management process – People in the organization may need to hear a message over and over before they believe that this time, the call for change is not just a whim or a passing fancy
- 10 ways social media can support change management – Social media can be an important addition to a traditional change management program
- How to use social media for change management – Social media platforms are ideal mechanisms to facilitate change because much of change management boils down to ongoing conversations and dialogue in a company
- Words can have a great impact on change – If you manage people, your words have much more weight than you may realize
- Culture an important part of change management – All change in organizations is challenging, but perhaps the most daunting is changing culture
- Change management require changing employees old habits – Sustaining success depends on an organization’s ability to adapt to a changing environment – whether it’s an external change, such as a transformative technology or a changing economy, or an internal one, such as a restructuring or key process overhaul
- Change require breaking down silos – Business silos, just like agricultural silos hold something important and make it hard to get at
- Successful change management involve the people – Whenever an organization imposes new things on people there will be difficulties. Participation, involvement and open, early, full communication are the important factors
- The key to change management – employee buy-in and participation – When you invite employees to actively participate in a change process, it increases the likelihood that employees will accept the changes being made
- Build an emotional and rational case for change – Many leaders excel at building the rational case for change, but they are less adept in appealing to people’s emotional core
- Change management require that people feel the problem – Before you can get buy-in, people need to feel the problem
- When leading change increase engagement by asking questions – Have you ever been “talked at” instead of had someone “talk with”? It doesn’t feel good to have someone talk at you
- Change management need a sense of urgency – Failure to create a strong sense of urgency causes a change movement to lose momentum before it gets a chance to start
- Storytelling an important part of change management – Storytelling can be a powerful tool when you want to drive organizational change
- Top 10+ sins of performance management – Make sure to avoid these deadly sins of performance management
- 10 key elements in creating a high performance culture – Clearly define what winning looks like, spell out your “preferred culture”, set stretch targets, connect to the big picture, develop an ownership mentality, taking the time to celebrate etc.
- 20 tips to improve employee engagement and performance – Communicate clear goals and expectations to your employees, share information and numbers, encourage open communication, celebrate both financial and non financial achievements etc.
- Increase performance through employee engagement – Employees who are engaged put their heart and soul into their job and have the energy and excitement to give more than is required of the job
- How to hold people accountable – How to create a culture of accountability and hold people accountable?
- Connect employee goals to larger company goals – For goals to be meaningful and effective in motivating employees, they must be tied to larger organizational ambitions
- Top 10+ why happiness at work will increase performance – If your employees aren’t having fun, they’re probably not performing at their highest level
- Improving performance through transparency – transparency doesn’t only serve outsiders trying to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your company, transparency can play a valuable role inside the company walls, as well and is an important element in performance management.
- Trust is the new currency for business – There is a new business currency
- Build a purpose driven business – Businesses with a strong sense of purpose are more successful
- Fast fish eats slow fish – Better swim! swim! swim!
- Top 8+ success factors for effective strategy execution – Five percent of the challenge is the strategy. Ninety-five percent is the execution
- Close the strategy gap – Gap between strategy and execution
- Successful execution of strategy – Successful execution of strategy depends very much upon the organizational culture
- The Trusted Company – The time has come to work with trust as an integrated part of business strategy
- Strategy is capability, culture is suitability – This is a bit like horse and carriage you can’t have one without the other
- Have competitive advantage lost their relevance – Business-model innovation will be the new essential competency
- Rapid rate of change is killing strategy – Strategy, as we know it, is dead in the current economic environment
- It’s time to rethink everything – is traditional strategy dead – The time has come to rethink strategy
- Wake up call – don’t get stuck in the jar – Not being able to let go of your past, of your past success, of clinging on to it, almost always creates Win-Lose situations. It is blocking the opportunity to develop and grow
- What is the relationship between culture and strategy – Strategy, at its core, is rational and logical, clear and simple. It should be easy to comprehend and to talk about. Without a clear strategy, a company is lost.
- Value creation in the future – Value creation in the future will be based on economies of creativity
- No value creation without culture – Organizations that emphasize clearly defined cultures that are aligned with company value creation enjoy better performance, greater financial gain and long-term employee commitment.
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