Have you ever wanted to listen in on a far reaching discussion between three experts passionately exploring the topic they love most? That’s your opportunity this month. The topic is “change and chaos” – we touch on why Disney World garbage bins are 30 ft. apart, why they put the walkways down only after we’ve created a muddy path, and why we prefer the tried and true, rather than the new and shiny. Take the time to enjoy a totally different webinar format than we’ve ever offered in the past.
We often lack formal authority or power in our organizations to make change happen. Which in no way mean we are powerless, or without options.
Change models are useful. But there is a gap between what the models suggest and how change transpires in reality. Peter takes a deeper dive into the stages of change.
As a leader, you want to motivate your staff. But what are the approaches that work, and what works best? You need an understanding of the levers that lead to behavioural change.
Project management is about planning and control, but only when we can precisely define what we are endeavouring to deliver. Ironically, principles of project management have been adapted elsewhere to manage situations of considerable uncertainty. We may need to re-learn what we think we already know.
Change is a desire to make things better. The challenge is that change often doesn’t produce positive results. Striving to get better is one thing, but we need the insights into how to do that well.