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Responsible Investment Looking to the Next Future

Responsible Investment Looking to the Next Future | Change management | Scoop.it
Responsible investment has been through many changes of name and methodology in the past couple of decades, transforming from a niche area where highly pr
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Strategy and the Business Model | Consultanta | Recrutare | Romania | Learning & Development Quest

Mihai Ionescu - Senior Strategy Consultant, Owner Balanced Scorecard Romania, AuthorIs it true that you like the 9-boxes Business Model Canvas (BMC)? So did I.
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The Updated Balanced Scorecard Approach

The Updated Balanced Scorecard Approach | Change management | Scoop.it
Balance Scorecard approach, KPI examples, strategy refresh taken from the article, “The Balanced Scorecard Refresh -Lessons from 20+ Years in the Field.”
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Change Management vs Continuous Improvement: Which is best for you?

Are you thinking about implementing a change management or continuous improvement approach in your organisation? This article compares the tw
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Carlos A Hernandez's comment, October 25, 2017 6:49 AM
Continuous improvement should always be considered in order to have fresh minds
Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, November 21, 2017 4:38 PM
I agree that the best is combining the two. It is important to identify what type of change you are embarking upon. The timescale an the triggers need to be understood. Also: Dramatic market driven forced change calls for different strategies tha an internally prescribed one. Incremental change done in small iterations, or with little impact on Business processes (or leaving all roles as is) means another approach. Slow-paced one BU evolutions or CI initiatives are not dealt with the same way as real company-wide structural transformations. The big question is also whether the company's overall direction, mission, ambitions, values, culture - and the leadership - needs to evolve as well. We get quickly to the hard stuff there.
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Village cricket clubs step up security after spate of equipment thefts

Village cricket clubs step up security after spate of equipment thefts | Change management | Scoop.it
Police concede cuts to number of officers in rural areas make it difficult for them to protect cricket and other sporting clubs
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Why Employees Should Vote For Organizational Change | Corporate Rebels

Why Employees Should Vote For Organizational Change | Corporate Rebels | Change management | Scoop.it
According to various studies 70% of all organizational transformations fail. That's why we believe employees should be able to vote for this change.
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Grant Funding Source News - Updates about Funding - Funding News UK

Grant Funding Source News - Updates about Funding - Funding News UK | Change management | Scoop.it
See up to date news about Grant Funding opportunities across the UK and worldwide.
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Leading the Malcolm Baldrige Way for Exceptional Results

Leading the Malcolm Baldrige Way for Exceptional Results | Change management | Scoop.it
Lead the Malcolm Baldrige way for exceptional results. Advice from the team who helped 18 Malcolm Baldrige winners succeed.
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Non-Financial Reporting: How to Comply? 

Non-Financial Reporting: How to Comply?  | Change management | Scoop.it
Non-Financial Reporting: How to Comply? What does it mean for the climate?
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John Hagel's Wake-up Call For Business -- How To Launch A Change Movement

John Hagel's Wake-up Call For Business -- How To Launch A Change Movement | Change management | Scoop.it
Mobilize change by scaling from the edge
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Community of Practice - Self Care for Change Practitioners

Being involved in change can be exciting and exhausting and for us to be of service to others, we need to regularly take stock of how WE are and build our resi…
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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, September 6, 2017 6:12 PM
Good points on how important it is to remember to take care of yourself - A pre-requisite to be able to help others cope with the change.
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Do Leaders Benefit From Understanding Frameworks?

Without explicit agreements, leaders operate from unconscious and often conflicting assumptions. By adjusting our frameworks, we can integrate more complete solutions into business practices.
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Rounders is being replaced by cricket at girls’ schools as it is seen as a 'leisure activity' rather than a sport, leading head says

Rounders is being replaced by cricket at girls’ schools as it is seen as a 'leisure activity' rather than a sport, leading head says | Change management | Scoop.it
Rounders is being replaced by cricket at girls’ schools because the game is seen as more of a “leisure activity” than a sport, a leading headteacher has said.
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How to Build a Successful Team

How to Build a Successful Team | Change management | Scoop.it
Building a successful team is about more than finding a group of people with the right mix of professional skills. This guide will tell you how to lay the groundwork for a highly productive team that can communicate, cooperate and innovate in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.
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The Case of Reasonable Foreseeability | Ralli Solicitors

The Case of Reasonable Foreseeability | Ralli Solicitors | Change management | Scoop.it
To consider an action negligent and therefore find a party responsible for injury, the act would have to be considered reasonably foreseeable
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Creating and Protecting Value : A Tool to Get the Balance Right

Creating and Protecting Value : A Tool to Get the Balance Right | Change management | Scoop.it
DLMA Analysis is a tool for analyzing the balance of skills and behaviours
between the executive and the board.  It draws from corporate law and
management theory to derive four approaches or perspectives that determine
a corporation's long term viability.  I originated the framework and it wa
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Carlos A Hernandez's comment, October 25, 2017 6:48 AM
Balancing value on tasks can also be a great tool for the longterm agendas.
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How To Measure Member Satisfaction

How To Measure Member Satisfaction | Change management | Scoop.it


Whether it’s through focus groups, member surveys or employee evaluations, managers need to assess members’ attitudes about their clubs.

Every year,
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Carlos A Hernandez's comment, October 25, 2017 6:50 AM
Member satisfaction is a key role of necessities in order to ensure tasks are accomplished
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Australian Cricket launches new five-year strategy | Cricket Australia

Australian Cricket launches new five-year strategy | Cricket Australia | Change management | Scoop.it
Australian Cricket today launched its next five-year strategy, which provides direction for the sport around the country.
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Is Your Nonprofit Built for Sustained Innovation? (SSIR)

Is Your Nonprofit Built for Sustained Innovation? (SSIR) | Change management | Scoop.it
Six useful starting points for nonprofits that want to build their capacity to continuously innovate.
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The "customer strategy" era is going to skyrocket turnover | The Context Of Things

The "customer strategy" era is going to skyrocket turnover | The Context Of Things | Change management | Scoop.it
When companies over-focus on their supposed customer strategy, the implications for how they deal with employees are not great.
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Us versus Them: Reframing Resistance to Change

How to bridge the gap between those who champion transformation and those who challenge it.
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Carlos A Hernandez's curator insight, October 25, 2017 6:52 AM
This one is interesting, teamwork should always have considerations other all those involved.
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Socially Responsible Spending | Good.Must.Grow | Heath Shackleford

Socially Responsible Spending | Good.Must.Grow | Heath Shackleford | Change management | Scoop.it
The #CCSIndex is an ongoing benchmarking study of the “do good” revolution. It tracks a variety of trends in charitable giving and conscious consumerism, including the importance consumers are placing on purchasing from socially responsible companies, actions taken to support such products and services, and future intent to increase the amount they spend with responsible organizations.
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The productivity silence

The productivity silence | Change management | Scoop.it
Simon recently tweeted that it is important to ask why we are not talking about the crisis of stagnant productivity all the time. He’s surely right: this is our most important economic problem. So why isn’t it a to
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Change management needs to change - Build an adaptability advantage

Change management needs to change - Build an adaptability advantage | Change management | Scoop.it
Why change management needs to change. Leading a company through change has become different from how it was ten to twenty years ago
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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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