Insights from human bones and structural engineering
Organizational Change + Appreciative Inquiry (Part 1)
Too much input can be just as bad as not enough; here's how to get it right.
Exploring the intersection of Change Management and Organization Development
Linking job design to employee engagement during organizational change
In this entry, you get to meet my “change management contrarian” persona, who raises challenges to conventional wisdom in the change management field. I…
Managing your most important asset while leading change.
Change happens one person at a time. While change planning emphasizes engaging and communicating with various constituencies and stakeholder groups, we…
What couples therapists can tell us about staying strong in challenging times
What happens when status reporting meets the I Ching?
Part of the "Change Management Classics" series.
What can massage therapy and manufacturing tell us about successful change?