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How to Implement Change Effectively | eHow

How to Implement Change Effectively | eHow | Leadership | Scoop.it
Few people enjoy change, whether at work or in their personal lives.
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Easy to miss some of them, especially when you deal with consultants who want to get quick-wins.

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Let's talk about Quality: Difference between MANAGEMENT and LEADERSHIP


Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Det finns många tabeller och artiklar som ställer "Ledare" mot "Chefer". Det här var en av de bättre jag sett.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, December 8, 2014 9:16 AM

The truth is we need managers and leaders.  The best leaders are surrounded by other good leaders who have strong managerial skills and abilities....both sets of people are desperately needed in our world today.

Matthew Farmer's curator insight, December 9, 2014 1:41 AM

This table describing the differences between management and leadership is thought provoking.  It could be my bias but isn't being on the left hand side more attractive?  The language seems far more appealing. 


However, we need great managers as well as great leaders and what strikes me is that the behaviours are so different.  That is why making the change from manager to leader can be very difficult in an organization, why people need some help with it and why identifying leaders early in the careers makes sense - before their habits of management become too engrained.

Greg Wisniewski's curator insight, December 9, 2014 4:13 PM

“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things" and "You lead people and manage things" are describing the difference for me.

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Är du musen på kofångaren?

Ibland gäller det att se sin egen del och inte alla andras.

 

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Leder du dina medarbetare eller leder du ditt företag? En viktig fråga med vitt skilda konsekvenser. Har dina medarbetare köpt företagets vision som sin egen eller är det "chefens" vision de rapar upp utan ägarskap? I båda ovanstående fall är det viktigt att vara medveten om din egna sannolikt lilla betydelse för de prestationer du omger dig med. Sensmoralen jag funnit gälla över tid lyder enligt följande : Tillse att du inom alla områden omger dig med medarbetare som inom sitt område är bättre än du själv. Därigenom kan du effektivt motstå lusten att detaljstyra och låta medarbetarna ta eget ansvar utan att för den sakens skull förlora alltför mycket sömn. Vem vet, kanske överraskar dem dig genom egna initiativ, kompetens utöver förväntan och ett driv som bara kan komma inifrån? "Vad mycket damm jag rör upp! Sa musen som satt på kofångaren....." 

 

 

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How to Implement Change Effectively | eHow

How to Implement Change Effectively | eHow | Leadership | Scoop.it
Few people enjoy change, whether at work or in their personal lives.
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The Single Most Important Management Tool to Grow Your Business

The Single Most Important Management Tool to Grow Your Business | Leadership | Scoop.it

Via John Michel, Daniel Watson
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Some insightfull thoughts on managing what is and what could be. 

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Richard Dillard, PMP, SSBB, ABD 7.1's curator insight, September 14, 2013 6:42 PM

This article touches on an important aspect of success.  Organizational discovery, void of the right framework for application--the right values to guide the vision/ mission and a strategy to achieve that vision supported by the right structures and functions--will still yield nothing or, worse yet, have the effect of making things worse (as W. Edwards Deming used to caution was the natural consequence of "doing our best without knowledge").  While discovery is important, it must be made from a framework guided by theory and in a manner that allows fluid application toward the right goals, aims and objectives through a constancy of purpose across the organization.  And this is not a management function...it is the result of prescriptive leadership and the constructive organizational culture it produces. 

 

John Michel nailed it...implement/ deploy systems and structures that support that strategy and align the functions within that structure through job design and leadership/ communication skills/ qualities and you'll be in a much better place to begin your discovery and and have a much greater chance at succeeding with transformation.      

Dorothy M Neddermeyer, PhD's comment, September 27, 2013 11:50 AM
Richard: Thanks for sharing your wisdom.
Dorothy M Neddermeyer, PhD's comment, September 27, 2013 11:51 AM
Daniel: Thanks for sharing your wisdom. As a Change Management Specialist, resistance to change is the number 1 reason businesses fail to thrive or die.
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Don't Let Program Management Interfere With Your Innovation ...

Don't Let Program Management Interfere With Your Innovation ... | Leadership | Scoop.it
Many good leaders are highly skilled in the leading field of their business, but cannot necessarily outline a vision far outside it. Such leaders ... I already wrote about motivating your best employees before.
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Very powerfull stuff. It is important to know what drives business so you do not "rob" your Staff Of autonomy due to your Own uncertainties.

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