Posts Tagged ‘change’

Managing Change: The Paralysis of Inaction

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

What's the Best Path?

What’s the Best Path?

strategic planning: innovation: management:success

MOVEMENT HAS IT’S OWN BENEFITS

“I used to think I was indecisive, but now I’m not so sure.” Does this describe your organization and how it deals with change? One could make a pretty compelling argument that General Motors suffered from this type of malaise for decades. Whether it is too little or too late for GM is certainly up for debate. But you have to respect their recent proactive course of action. The former giant is now in the role of the underdog but at least they are doing something. Commitment and execution are excellent attributes to embrace.

“Indecision may or may not be my problem.” -Jimmy Buffett

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Your Organizational Habits: Friend or Foe?

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

How True is Your Path?How True is Your Path?

strategic planning: innovation: management:success

ARE YOU READY FOR A HABIT AUDIT?

We all have habits. Some good and some not so good. It’s the same for our organizations. Some foster organizational progress and some detract from it. Are the ingrained habits at your organization working to benefit the company or are they aiding and abetting the competition?

Old habits die hard. That’s why they are called habits. But when habits prevent fresh thinking, become out of date routine patterns, or become mindless repetition, habits can become disruptive.

THE SIX QUESTIONS FOR A HABIT AUDIT?

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