New research on organizational change and adaptation from Harvard Business School faculty on issues including how companies can react to market disruptions, maximizing economic value while developing organizational capabilities, and how the FBI reinvented itself after 9/11.
Acquaints the reader with the broad principles and variety of methods (interventions) used in guiding successful significant change in an organization, including whether it is a team, departmental unit or the overall organization.
When we think of Change Management, we typically envision the actions taken by an organization or company. However, one of the keys to successfully managing change is the understanding of how an individual experiences change and why it is critical for change management activities and interventions to be successful.
According to John Kotter, Change management refers to a set of basic tools or structures intended to keep any change effort under control. The goal is often to minimize the distractions and impacts of the change. Change leadership, on the other hand, concerns the driving forces, visions and processes that fuel large-scale transformation.
Tips and insights on how to deal with resistance to change.
Developed and produced by Paul Brown, 'A Brief Introduction to Change Management' posits that "Change is pervasive in our society and a fact of life in organizations. Change management is about modifying or transforming organizations in order to maintain or improve their effectiveness".
Developing relationships with employees as a leader can be a strategy for implementing change without negatively affecting operations. These podcasts about organizational change keep companies aware of trends that make them relevant and compliant with the needs of the industry and its workforce.
The position of internal change agent – wherever it falls in the organization – can be a tricky one. You are responsible for influencing the organization, usually without the direct authority to do so. This show explores the different ways to influence organizational change, from the point of view of someone who is not calling the shots. (Formerly The Change Agent's Dilemma show.)
A weekly show where Jacob has in-depth discussions with senior executives and business leaders around the world on the future of work. Each episode of the podcasts explores a new topic and features a special guest. Why is the world of work changing? How is work changing? What do you and your organization need to do about it? Listen to the Future of Work Podcast to find out!
Going back to the basics of humanity, hosts discuss the importance of worker comfort to the progression and survival of any industry. Creating an inclusive and inviting environment promotes productivity and longevity. This podcast highlights ways to create a satisfying workplace through cooperative training, mindfulness, and authenticity. It also focuses on human emotion and how it plays a large role in how coworkers interact with one another. These emotions can be used to solve problems by learning from one another to change and development an office in a positive way.
This podcast utilizes psychology and sociology to understand how people interact with each other in the workplace. Organizational change becomes easier when everyone is on the same page and can all have equal input. Topics focus on individual identity and how that it can be lost in group situations when discipline over discussion is used to drive a business. Leaders learn about the consequences of their decisions that do not include collaboration and team efforts.
Grote Consulting Corporation is one of America’s most respected specialized management consulting firms. They provide unrivaled expertise in the areas of performance appraisal, performance improvement, calibration and talent management. Optimizing employee productivity, flexibility, and commitment are key management functions.