• How to Unleash the Power of the Front Line

    April 05, 2018 | Managing Change Blog

    Frontline teams are more likely to embrace change when they know what to do, feel supported by leadership and can see progress on outcomes they care about.

  • Beyond Kumbaya: Three Steps to Managing Change and Bringing People Together After a Merger

    August 07, 2017 | Managing Change Blog

    If you do not invest time and resources in change management, people and cultural issues will eat all your anticipated synergies for breakfast—and your entire company for lunch.

  • How to Deal with "CAVE People" Who Stand in the Way of Change

    July 25, 2017 | Managing Change Blog

    How do you deal with employees who not only dig in their heels when they learn about a change program, but also encourage colleagues to resist, too?

  • Because I Said So: Lessons in Parenting and Change Management

    May 02, 2017 | Managing Change Blog

    The next time you prepare to launch some sort change initiative in your business think first about how you will enlist employees in the process.

  • Second Chance for eBusiness

    February 28, 2003 | Benelux newsletter

    Following the widespread failure of dotcom firms, many business leaders eased back on all things "e.

  • Company Transformation: More Science Than Art

    December 31, 2002 | Results Delivery® | Benelux newsletter

    We live in increasingly turbulent times. This turbulence stems from the dynamics of deregulation, the rise of gloablisation, the subtle and not-so-subtle shifts in certain sectors' offerings, the major changes in channels of distribution, and the fallout of technological breakthroughs.

  • The Six Habits of Highly Effective Change Managers

    February 28, 2002 | Results Delivery® | Benelux newsletter

    For a company to significantly change its performance pattern, instead of merely incrementalising it, a radical change of behaviour is warranted. Unfortunately most companies, like human beings, have a hard time changing. Even if they know they must.