“Managers all over the world need to read Jason’s book. Change is a permanent feature of the modern organizations, and not knowing the practices that Jason describes in his book means that managers are missing critical knowledge to perform” – Jurgen Appelo, author of Management 3.0 and most popular European writer on Management
In manufacturing and software, “waste” is considered to be a bad thing. But what about change management? Is something that is more unpredictable and uncertain affected by the same types of waste?
“So would you consider that a failed transformation?”, […]
If all you have is hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Cute, but false. A hammer is just a tool, it doesn’t tell you how to use it. Here are 4 tools and visualizations you can use to help you make sense of complex organizational changes.
People generally cling to what’s familiar to them when it comes to choosing a change management framework. Of course, that preference might not be the right tool for the job. Here are some ideas for how to build your own change management framework.
Today’s change management practices are not equipped to facilitate change in today’s digital world. Learn 2 simple, yet powerful techniques for creating alignment for change by modernizing your change management practices.
Change agents have biases. Sometimes we make the changes we think makes the most sense. Sometimes those aren’t the right changes though. Thinking about changes as being time-bound Experiments is a more effective way to manage change programs
Lean Change Management will be released soon! Get a sneak-peek at some of the bonus material that will accompany the book!
“A lot of shared practical experiences – by Jason […]
It’s time to stop running change initiatives like projects with a start date, end date and budget. Can we enable continuos change to manage today’s pace of change?
Is the way we approach organizational change fundamentally broken? It’s time to stop planning changes behind closed doors and co-creating it with the people affected.