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The Future of Change Management (Popularity: )
The future of change management is when robotic artificial intelligent androids will be the ones making decisions rather than people and humans will have to accept this without sabotaging the equipment or computer systems. This will be when robots vs. machines compete for the top executive positions. It will be funny too because the artificial intelligent business decision systems will be able to work without ego, over confidence, pride, spite, vindictiveness ...

Change Management and the Psychology of Change Considered (Popularity: )
Change Management problems at the executive level are fascinating but should never be unexpected. Why you ask? Well humans do not like change, they always move for the status quo over change when allowed to choose. Unfortunately, change is a universal constant and it will forever have to be dealt with in all aspects of the life experience you see? Change Management and the Psychology of Change needs to be ...

Cholesterol is Like the Calibre of Staff (Popularity: )
Cholesterol is like the calibre of staff. LDLs are the dysfunctional staff and the HDL the good ones cleaning up the mess left by the LDLs. The human body requires some cholesterol to function properly. These cholesterol – “good” (high density lipoprotein or HDL) and “bad” (low density lipoprotein or LDL) ones – are found in all cells which help to carry fats in the body. Similarly, in every organisation, there ...

Change - It Is Like Riding a Bicycle (Popularity: )
Successful companies know change is a necessity. The challenge is continually encouraging, creating, and implementing worthwhile changes to make a difference for the business. Helping your team learn to accept and even embrace change is similar to learning to ride a bicycle. Start with Excitement Young children can hardly wait for their first Hot Wheels or tricycle. Their expectation is palpable. They want to ride, ride, and ride some more. A business should ...

Acquisition Binge can Cause Indigestion (Popularity: )
Over-eating or bingeing is detrimental to one’s health. Similarly, over-acquisition can cause corporate indigestion such as over-leveraging, integration difficulties, cultural misfits etc. You are what you eat. While fast growth through acquisition is a thrilling experience in running businesses, it also holds much more risks than meets the eye. When the company is in trouble, some CEOs also go on a shopping spree – acquisition. It is more glamorous and exciting ...

Litigation Can Put You Out Of Business In A Heartbeat (Popularity: )
Many companies underestimate the potential gravity of getting into litigious situations. Lawsuits, especially in cases where one does not have strong legal legs to stand on, are potential minefields for disaster. Many organisations work hard to grow the top line only to have a lawsuit siphon off the money. It is like having a purse with holes in it. Regardless of whether you win or lose the lawsuit, the ultimate ...

How to Improve the Management Teams (Popularity: )
Over 70 years ago, Napoleon Hill realized that success for businesses comes from the people within those organizations. However, many organizations still fail to grasp this realization because soft or people skills still are viewed as secondary to job specific skills. One of the executive coaching activities that I employ when working organizations through a change management process is to ask these three questions and listen to the responses: When a person ...

2000 Percent Solutions from the Real World (1) - The Japanese Pharmaceutical (Popularity: )
ACSEA, the forty year old 2bn USD South East Asian subsidiary of a Japanese pharmaceutical group suffered a blow to its pride in 2003. A competitor which started operations just ten years back now surpassed it in the volume of Pharmaceutical-A produced, and its cost was now 13% lower than ACSEA's. The only hopes of responding effectively lay in the company's South East Asian Technical Centre whose role is to ...