Recognizing transition phase opportunities can help you and your team take the leap into Newland
In Part 3, we explore the benefits of transition and consider the risks. Using our trapeze artist illustration we introduced in Part 1, our transition begins the moment we let go of the last vestiges of Oldland […]
By Rick Cobb|2023-06-01T10:45:14-04:00February 28th, 2023|Categories: Change Initiatives, Transition|Comments Off on Understanding the Upsides and the Downsides of Transition (Part 3 of 3)
Change is situational—it involves changing from one situation or context to another. For example, I change how I process invoices; I use new software; I relocate to another place. Change is behavioral. You can get people to change their behavior and hold them accountable by observing performance […]
When I watched the movie Respect, the 2021 biographical musical story of R&B singer Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul, I thought all those who hunger for respect deep in their souls. The film stars Jennifer Hudson as Aretha and follows the first three decades […]
By Rick Cobb|2022-06-27T14:09:18-04:00June 27th, 2022|Categories: Respect|Comments Off on R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Discover how Ford’s new mindset led to a fundamental business shift
When you are tapped to lead a digital transformation project or a diversity initiative, where do you start? What do you leverage first when you need to create a shared service organization, develop an offshore business model, or lead a post-merger integration team?
Do you know the difference between change and transition?
Change is situational—it involves changing from one situation or context to another. For example, I change how I invoice customers; I use new software; I relocate to another home or office. Change is behavioral. You can get people to change their behavior and hold them accountable […]