Ed Whitacre, author of American Turnaround: Reinventing AT&T and GM and the Way We Do Business in the USA, introduces an uncommonly clear passage on managing change from Leading Successful Change: 8 Keys to Making Change Work, by Gregory P.
Millennials are asking for balance and flexibility during the job interview. Baby Boomers are vexed by Generation Y and their tether to technology. Generation X is eager for feedback about their work and also quick to provide criticism of others.
Letting go of physical boundaries, 19th-century work practices and an expectation that change is ever complete, may propel some organizations to the front through greater innovation and overall productivity.
JCPenney's senior vice president of product and design, offered a simple solution to the struggling retailer's woes earlier this month at a Women’s Wear Daily conference: just “make cute shit.” Hum...just don't think that's enough! For our thoughts on the transformation: http://goo.gl/7xfVu
Scott Span, MSOD's insight:
Hum...just don't think that's enough! For our thoughts on the transformation: http://goo.gl/7xfVu