Tag: change management
The Key to Thriving in Turbulent Environments: Preparedness and Resilience
Over the last few years, leaders have seen the damage that a lack of preparedness and resilience can cause. Now's the time to develop those powers.
Change Management When Employees Are Exhausted by Change
If your transformation efforts are meeting with more than the usual headwinds, it might be due to immunity to change, not resistance.
Why Many Workers Still Fear Automation
With rapid adoption across industries, automation is threatening to replace workers. Can both coexist?
When Times Are Tough, Leaders Get Humble
A phenomena first noticed during the recession of 2009 reappeared in 2022. This is what it tells us about leadership.
Thriving in Turbulent Times: The Experienced Learner and the Prepared Risk Taker
The pandemic exacerbated two systemic weaknesses that persist today: over-reliance on how things worked in the past and lack of investment in risk awareness.
Can Employers Change Employees' Job Descriptions?
Shifts in the way we work means roles may need to be redefined. But how can employers change employees' job descriptions out of the blue?
Digital Transformation Has a Branding and a Leadership Problem
Digital transformation is a dirty word for some.
On the Path to Becoming Digital, Don’t Forget the Humans
Transforming a business into a digital operation isn’t just about upgrading software or revamping a website, it starts by putting human needs at the center.
Cultivating Middle Managers as Change Agents
Managers are too often a hidden asset in helping making important changes happen in an organization. Here's how to effectively involve them.
Don't Let Middle Managers Block Agile Transformation
Pivoting middle managers so they help solve problems rather than creating more problems requires agile change programs to rethink incentives.
The Wrong and Right Way to Convince Workers to Return to the Office
Convincing people to return to the office will take some doing, but there is a right way and a wrong way for leaders to go about making their decisions.
Is Your Digital Transformation Headed for Trouble?
A reported 70% of digital transformation efforts fall short of their objectives. Here are three warning signs to look out for before your efforts get derailed.
Onboarding as a Framework for Change Management
Struggling to get employees onboard with a new process or workplace initiative? New hire training offers a framework to help employees embrace change.
Is Your Digital Transformation Stalled? These 3 Management Techniques May Be Why
If your digital transformation project is stalling, take a critical look at your management style.
Get Reworked Podcast: The Great Workplace Experiment of 2020 – 2021
New ways of thinking are a reality from the frontline to the C-suite. But it's all still a work in progress, say co-hosts Siobhan Fagan and Mike Prokopeak.
Take a Systems Leadership Approach to Change
When things move fast and get too complex, take a step back and think about creating change at the intersection of three elements.
Learning From Digital Transformation Failures
With more organizations than ever embarking — or in the middle of — digital transformation initiatives, how do we make sure our projects survive?
Communicating Change: Overcoming Resistance Through Empathy
A critical element of any change management initiative is communications. What kind of messaging can transform potential adversaries into allies?
Upholding the Psychological Contract Through HR and IT Collaboration
Employee experience depends on an organization holding up its end of the psychological contract. HR and IT together can help ensure that happens.
Do You Need a Head of Employee Experience?
Employee experience plays a pivotal role in employee morale, motivation and productivity. So who should be responsible for it?