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State of Employee Engagement | Officevibe

State of Employee Engagement | Officevibe | Change management | Scoop.it
The State of Employee Engagement is the most up-to-date and complete report on engagement worldwide with data updating in real-time.
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Plans for six more neighbourhood planning areas pass referendum but voter turnout is consistently low

Plans for six more neighbourhood planning areas pass referendum but voter turnout is consistently low | Change management | Scoop.it
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3 ways a chatbot helps HR teams communicate

3 ways a chatbot helps HR teams communicate | Change management | Scoop.it
Communication is key, especially when it comes to effectively managing a company’s workforce.
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, September 28, 4:53 PM
For me this sounds like a great option - for some standard cases like informing employees and giving answers to them. What is better is you have availability real-time and in a simple to use format. For recurring / basic questions, and no interpretation topics. Does not replace human contact or real change communication. But, could free time for the hr to do more value adding activities and work on people strategy and engagement activities - change communication and talent management for example. Often too little time for this.
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implementing network learning

implementing network learning | Change management | Scoop.it
Jarche #eLearning - implementing network learning - In the network era, developing the skills of a master artis... https://t.co/SGpdQumWnD
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, August 20, 6:58 AM
Nice. The role of change management is to organize, facilitate and encourage continuous, need-based learning. Supporting learning past go-live (after the project / deployment) is needed for successful change adoption and sustainment. Yes, some learning takes place within the official boundaries of the project training but most will occur afterwards. Timeliness of learning actions - while applying a new process or using a tool - instead of 2-3 weeks pre go-live - is equally important. This truth is too often neglected in time-boxed IT projects. We must provide solutions for continous learning. This can be in form of virtual refresh sessions, user communities, social networks... Existing collaborative tools make that easier. Implementation of this takes effort. Getting the need understood - and budgeted - is still a challenge for change managers.
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Digital Innovation Transforming the Banking Industry

Digital Innovation Transforming the Banking Industry | Change management | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence and machine learning, blockchain technology, fintech collaboration, and removing friction to improve the consumer experience are the foundation for the future of banking.
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The Five Paradoxes of Continuous Improvement

The Five Paradoxes of Continuous Improvement | Change management | Scoop.it
Common approaches to innovation can actually kill creativity.
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Managing Change: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Managing Change: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back | Change management | Scoop.it
Unexpected forces may impact change management, so successful organizations provide teams with needed freedom to change course and move initiatives forward.
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Innovation Excellence | The Changing Customer

Innovation Excellence | The Changing Customer | Change management | Scoop.it
In previous articles I’ve spoken about how the pace of change is accelerating, and how for many people (and organizations) things are changing so fast that they feel overwhelmed and that things may be changing faster than some of us humans are able...
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Finding Ways to Thwart the Jerk at Work

Finding Ways to Thwart the Jerk at Work | Change management | Scoop.it
Some employees are what researchers call “de-energizers,” spreading a dispiriting attitude around the office. In nonacademic terms, these people are known as jerks.
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Work Meetings Are Destroying Business (And How to Destroy Them Back)

Work Meetings Are Destroying Business (And How to Destroy Them Back) | Change management | Scoop.it
My brother is a vice president of a large company. He often tells me he gets anxiety on Sundays because of an incoming Monday of long, byzantine meetings.
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Mindfulness in the workplace improves employee focus, attention, behavior, new management-based research concludes

Mindfulness is often viewed as either a touchy-feely fad or valuable management tool that can lift an entire workplace.
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8 Strategies for Big (or Small) Organizational Changes

8 Strategies for Big (or Small) Organizational Changes | Change management | Scoop.it
Organizational changes are rarely fun or easy, but they may be a little less stressful if you follow these tactics.
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Change Management Canvas: A Model

Change Management Canvas: A Model | Change management | Scoop.it
Change management has become a powerful model for organizations pursuing growth, improvements, consolidation, course corrections, and innovation.
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The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers | business-hard-talk

The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers | business-hard-talk | Change management | Scoop.it
The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers
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Does The Gig Economy Have An HR Department?

Does The Gig Economy Have An HR Department? | Change management | Scoop.it
Independent contractors are a big part of today's workforce, and some HR departments are adapting to better meet their (and the company's) needs.
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Speech on Deming concepts and going 'beyond continuous improvement'

Speech on Deming concepts and going 'beyond continuous improvement' | Change management | Scoop.it
Dr. W. Edwards Deming
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The four building blocks of change | McKinsey & Company

The four building blocks of change | McKinsey & Company | Change management | Scoop.it
Four key actions influence employee mind-sets and behavior. Here’s why they matter.
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, April 30, 3:38 AM
Often it is simple things like the change making sense or believing in what you are hearing or seeing your manager change his behaviour to make the change succeed
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Great Innovators Create the Future, Manage the Present, and Selectively Forget the Past

Great Innovators Create the Future, Manage the Present, and Selectively Forget the Past | Change management | Scoop.it
Sort your initiatives into three boxes.
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, April 24, 5:01 PM
On an individual level I used a model where we draw three boxes for each role impacted by the change. The "Start doing this" - "Continue this" - "Stop doing this" boxes. It helps clarify what is expected in very concrete terms. On an organizational level, this reflexion also makes a lot of sense to me. The three boxes need to be clarified. You sometimes need someone external to your organization to help you clarify this. Evaluate the conformity of the standard practices and the culture what you do not see (hard as you are in the midst of it ...) What are the values and believes you embrace that will no longer fit, what do you as an organization do that simply make no longer sense (or even go against the new ways of working (think of whatever action that is crucial for our transformation) - also : what are you already very good at - skills inherent that you master and need simply to harness and make sure the teams continue to excel in.
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UK Alternative Finance Grows by 84% to £3.2 Billion in 2015 - Crowdfund Insider

UK Alternative Finance Grows by 84% to £3.2 Billion in 2015 - Crowdfund Insider | Change management | Scoop.it
    The University of Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance and Nesta have released their much-anticipated report on alternative forms of fina
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Collaborative Overload

Collaborative Overload | Change management | Scoop.it
Too much teamwork exhausts employees and saps productivity. Here’s how to avoid it.
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How do YOU learn at work?

How do YOU learn at work? | Change management | Scoop.it
One of the early tasks that the learning professionals in my L&D Challenge undertake is to consider how they themselves learn at work. It is clear from what they share with the group that the
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, March 26, 5:13 PM
This makes the 70/20/10 model very concrete. It is crazy that we actually learn so few things in class through formal training programs.
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You'll never have a good work culture unless you stop promoting assholes - The Context Of Things

You'll never have a good work culture unless you stop promoting assholes - The Context Of Things | Change management | Scoop.it
You can scream about culture, values, mission, and purpose all you want. To walk the walk, stop promoting assholes in your company.
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Systems thinking: theory of change

Systems thinking:  theory of change | Change management | Scoop.it
I’ve been a methodology geek for a while and I am now moving on from development methods to wider programme and change methodologies – fun for some of us I can assure you.
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