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9 Rules for Turning Endings into New Beginnings

9 Rules for Turning Endings into New Beginnings | Business change | Scoop.it

When you can no longer think of a reason to continue, you must think of a reason to start over. There’s a big difference between giving up and starting over in the right direction. And there are three little words that can release you from your past regrets and guide you forward to a positive new beginning. These words are: “From now on…”


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Advice for Change Agents from an all-time Master - Gandhi !

Advice for Change Agents from an all-time Master - Gandhi ! | Business change | Scoop.it

Ghandi's Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World...

 

... A solid foundation to any change programme!


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4 tips on how to fight internal resistance to process changes

4 tips on how to fight internal resistance to process changes | Business change | Scoop.it
Many people will automatically resist change, especially if it is imposed upon them. How can you get people invested in a change that will be to everyone's benefit?
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10 Office Technologies on Their Way Out

10 Office Technologies on Their Way Out | Business change | Scoop.it
LinkedIn surveyed more than 7,000 global professionals about which office tools and trend will become obsolete in the next five years.

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Irrational Optimism: An Essential Trait for Entrepreneurs - Forbes

Irrational Optimism: An Essential Trait for Entrepreneurs - Forbes | Business change | Scoop.it
The summer of 2010 was a rough summer. NewsCred,  a content syndication startup based out of my home in Switzerland, was almost two years old. We had burned through our angel funds, had minimal traction and were at a crossroads.

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Ten Ways to Get People to Change

Ten Ways to Get People to Change | Business change | Scoop.it

How do you get leaders, employees, customers — and even yourself — to change behaviors? Executives can change strategy, products and processes until they're blue in the face, but real change doesn't take hold until people actually change what they do.

Here is a good list of 10 approaches that seem to work


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Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? - Forbes

Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? - Forbes | Business change | Scoop.it
John Kotter talks about the difference between change management and change leadership. (Transformational change #leadership takes courage.

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HBS Professor Says Companies Need To Change How They Innovate

HBS Professor Says Companies Need To Change How They Innovate | Business change | Scoop.it
The Apple Nokia gap proves it.; (How to fix corporate innovation http://t.co/mAa2qWxJ via @tbi_warroom...)...
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From the Battlefield to the Boardroom: A Navy SEAL's Guide to Business Leadership Success

From the Battlefield to the Boardroom:  A Navy SEAL's Guide to Business Leadership Success | Business change | Scoop.it

I spent five years as a Navy SEAL supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom and the war on terror. During “capture or kill” missions in Iraq and clandestine operations in Northern Africa, I gained a unique perspective on teamwork, leadership, and what it takes to succeed in a competitive and challenging environment. What I didn’t realize at the time was that my experiences in combat had given me a highly valuable and applicable set of tools that translated well to entrepreneurship and leadership in business.


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19 Tips for Success from @RichardBranson - @MelissahStanger

19 Tips for Success from @RichardBranson - @MelissahStanger | Business change | Scoop.it

Richard Branson founded Virgin in 1970 at the age of 20, and he hasn’t looked back. He’s the only entrepreneur to have built eight separate billion-dollar companies in eight different industries — and he did it all without a degree in business. We’ve compiled 19 of the best tips from his new book — 'Like a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School': http://amzn.to/S4xLsm

 

 

 

 

1. Don't do it if you don't enjoy it;

2. Be visible;

3. Choose your name wisely;

4. You can't run a business without taking risks;

5. You can't run a business without taking risks;

6. The first impression is everything. So is the second;

7. Perfection is unattainable;

8. The customer is always right, most of the time;

9. Define your brand;

10. Explore uncharted territory;

11. Beware the "us vs. them" environment;

12. Build a corporate comfort zone.

13. Not everyone is suited to be CEO;

14. Seek a second opinion. Seek a third;

15. Cut ties without burning bridges;

16. Pick up the phone;

17. Change shouldn't be feared, but it should be managed;

18. When it comes to making mistakes, bounce back, don’t fall down;

19. Be a leader, not a boss.

 


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Wicked Opportunities - A "Different" Innovation Programme

Wicked Opportunities - A "Different" Innovation Programme | Business change | Scoop.it

"Wicked Opportunities© is a unique innovation program, highlighting the shift to a new landscape and economy of transformative invention. In the Postnormal world of the 21st Century, we have to reframe complexity as the natural order of growth, an empowering tool to be embraced and leveraged for greater opportunity. This in turn calls us to converge the previously siloed disciplines of the industrial age, giving birth to the "sweet spots" that reveal undiscovered and creative concepts, finally solving long-standing problems and seizing what were thought to be unreachable aspirations."  Kedge Principal Frank Spencer


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A Spiral Approach to Business Model Innovation

A report on the Ernst & Young website notes that the companies that generate business innovations thrive on collaboration, a free exchange of ideas and regular interactions with customers and other stakeholders.
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12 Principles of Agile Project Management

12 Principles of Agile Project Management | Business change | Scoop.it

There has been MUCH written on the subject of agile software development and by extension agile project management. To go back to the source of this knowledge you can spend a little bit of time at AgileManifesto.org to get an idea of where this all started, the values this methodology holds dear, along with the 12 guiding principles the original team espoused.


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Video: Factor in human emotions when planning strategy

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Leaders can have the best strategy, but they need to remember they’re dealing with people when it comes to executing their plans, says Quy Huy from INSEAD (RT @globeandmail: RT @globeandmail: Talking Management Video with @profkjmoore: Factor in human...
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9 Lessons Learned in Project Management - Business 2 Community

9 Lessons Learned in Project Management - Business 2 Community | Business change | Scoop.it
9 Lessons Learned in Project ManagementBusiness 2 CommunityAre you familiar with the lessons learned concept? You know, those meetings supposedly held after the project completion.
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Otto Scharmer: "The Blind Spot of Leadership"

Social transformation and the path to a green, regenerative, and just economy requires a new collective leadership capacity that enables communities to innov...

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The Top 5 Leadership Skills for Sustained Innovation - Forbes

The Top 5 Leadership Skills for Sustained Innovation - Forbes | Business change | Scoop.it
Anyone can innovate once. All it takes is a good idea, some hard work, sufficient resources, and a little bit of luck. However, today’s business environment demands ongoing innovation to stay ahead of the pack.

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Two Things Great Leaders Must Do in Turbulent Times

Two Things Great Leaders Must Do in Turbulent Times | Business change | Scoop.it
So is the glass half empty or half full? The truth is, both.

 

So is the glass half empty or half full? The truth is, both.

 

In times like these, leaders must do two things simultaneously:

 

1. Confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they may be.

 

2. Retain faith that you will prevail in the end, regardless of the difficulties.

 

This is what author Jim Collins refers to as “The Stockdale Paradox.” In his book, Good to Great, he tells the story of Admiral James Stockdale, who was a prisoner of war for eight years during the Vietnam War.


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Three Leadership Steps to Defuse Tense Situations

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How do leaders maintain morale and momentum when members of their team are close to collapsing in frustration over the obstacles they face?

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Disruptive Change, and How to Make It Happen

Disruptive Change, and How to Make It Happen | Business change | Scoop.it
Is the path to excellence paved by continuous improvement, transformation or both?
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Why having a PMO can save your IT project millions

Why having a PMO can save your IT project millions | Business change | Scoop.it
It’s a common refrain that, in life, things are only as easy you make them. With this in mind, you’d think that implementing and managing a new IT project within any organisation would be a simple, easily achievable process, wouldn’t...
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Purpose Driven Tribes: Gaining Control & Influence in the Marketplace

Purpose Driven Tribes: Gaining Control & Influence in the Marketplace | Business change | Scoop.it

This piece was brought to my attention by my wonderful friend and colleague, Jennifer Sertl. It was written in April of 2011 by Jay Deragon who is always articulates the present and the future in a way that hopefully expands your awareness which we all need in today's marketplace.

 

Here are some of the highlights:

 

**People are gathering in "tribes" to connect, collaborate, discover and influence change.

 

**Social technology provides people the ability to aggregate around everything and anywhere.

 

**The market sees this and attempts to aggregate self serving tribes but the people have a different purpose & their own tribe

 

**The aggregation of tribes has become the pursuit of the market. Pulling groups and custom networks has become a common practice of the markets managing these tribes with a purpose different than simply gathering of the trade.

 

The evolving dynamics of tribal aggregation are the dynamics that will change the way markets interact with tribes

 

1. Tribes control the message with growing influence over markets

 

2. Tribes have a purpose. Help them fulfill their purpose and just maybe you'll become part of that tribe

 

3. Companies will have to learn that they are not the "connection" to the tribes, internal and external hold the keys to tribal influence

 

4. Tribes do need management, they need tools to accomplish their objectives and will always be self managed

 

5. Tribal leaders are more interested in serving tribe members than themselves.

 

Here is a great takeaway:

 

Seth Godin writes: "Tribe management is a whole different way of looking at it.

 

**It starts with permission, the understanding that the real asset isn't an amorphous brand but is in fact the privilege of delivering anticipated relevant messages to people who want to get them


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Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 11, 2012 10:52 AM

Another way to think about the "network mindset" and network weaving as per point 4.

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Six Keys to Changing Almost Anything

Six Keys to Changing Almost Anything | Business change | Scoop.it
Change is hard. New Year's resolutions almost always fail. But at The Energy Project, we have developed a way of making changes that has proved remarkably powerful and enduring, both in my own life and for the corporate clients to whom we teach it.

 

Change is hard. New Year's resolutions almost always fail. But at The Energy Project, we have developed a way of making changes that has proved remarkably powerful and enduring, both in my own life and for the corporate clients to whom we teach it.

 

Our method is grounded in the recognition that human being are creatures of habit. Fully 95 percent of our behaviors are habitual, or occur in response to a strong external stimulus. Only 5 percent of our choices are consciously self-selected.

 

In 1911, the mathematician Alfred North Whitehead intuited what researchers would confirm nearly a century later. "It is a profoundly erroneous truism," he wrote, "that we should cultivate the habit of thinking of what we are doing. The precise opposite is the case. Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations which we can perform without thinking about them."

 

Most of us wildly overvalue our will and discipline. Ingenious research by Roy Baumeister and others has demonstrated that our self-control is a severely limited resource that gets progressively depleted by every act of conscious self-regulation.


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Managing change, Understand The Big picture And Create The Right Mindset

Managing change, Understand The Big picture And Create The Right Mindset | Business change | Scoop.it
Understanding the big picture and having the right mindset is crucial for managing change.
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Transformation: Making it happen | Onlignment

Transformation: Making it happen | Onlignment | Business change | Scoop.it

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