How can organisations best utilise coaching to adapt to change? Can technology provide answers in the future? Dimitrios Tsivrikos of University College London explains all. (RT @C_R_Forum: Executive #coaching for organisational change - does it work?
Five Essential Steps to Change Management Success in Oil & Gas | Process Excellence Network - In 1996, John P. Kotter, one of the leading-lights in the field of leadership and transformation, asserted that less than one third of change ...
Fellow IABC member Jonathan Champ kindly provides a guest post this week on effective internal communication during transformation. It's a ripper — succinct and super valuable. Flick it on to the project and change ...
A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers.Alan Deutschman, the author of ‘Change or Die’ makes a pretty stark statement...
Guest Post By Jeff Carr, Managing Partner, Ultra Consultants www.ultraconsultants.com It’s a best practice to look at an ERP project as something more th (Our thoughts about #ERP & change management, guest post via @processproerp
Technology influences education. It’s a bit late to discuss how social media and technology may reshape learning and schools. The train has already departed and so we can observe some changes taking place. There are plenty of ways to go about it–social learning networks currently offer first class tickets to the “next-gen” learning.
Increasingly, mobile is a big factor in what we do. It’s interesting—you can see it partly just as a natural evolution. Mobile brings all sorts of new opportunities and challenges—it is actually changing the game, and perhaps to a greater extent than some of those evolutions of the past.
Are You Soft Enough For IT? InformationWeek As you navigate the twists and turns of IT in the 21st century, remember that the workplace landscape is always changing. But change is a process you can leverage.
This webinar was recorded by Lindsay Scott for APM in September 2013 (RT @ArrasPeople: "Getting Ahead in Project Management" a recent webinar from the Association for Project Management http://t.co/JkGA19rluP)...
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