Point-of-Work Readiness Assessment

The Point-of-Work Assessment (PWA) is a discovery discipline designed to examine sources of performance and productivity restrainers in the Workflow. The outcome delivers findings across […]

The Skills of Successful Change Leadership

As change practitioners, we know that having the right leadership for the initiatives we support is critical. The Center for Creative Leadership conducted a study […]

The Skills of Successful Change Leadership

Peter Drucker wrote, “Culture eats change for breakfast.” As a change practitioner, you have likely been engaged to support “culture change” initiatives in the past. […]

POINT-of-WORK: Is It a Destination or a Discipline?

The “Point-of-Work Discipline - PWD” is dynamic Change that enables L&D effectiveness at a new Destination – "Point-of-Work". It’s always tough to change thinking and […]

Is Your Culture Hard-Wired for Performance or a Catalyst for Dysfunction?

<Rant Warning> Here’s an icebreaker for the next C-suite pow-wow in your organization. With all the CXO roles present around the table, and each having […]

A Change Lesson from Game of Thrones

Carmine Gallo knows a lot about communication. Among other things, he is the author of Five Stars: The Communication Secrets to Get from Good to […]

POINT-of-WORK ASSESSMENT:  Systems & Technology

My advice…step away from bright, shiny Productivity Acceleration Technology until you’ve established a benchmark of current state technology, where it’s headed, what new technology is […]

Do More. Do Smarter. Chuck the “To Do” List.

How many items are on your “To Do” list? How many of these lists do you keep? It may be time to tear them up, […]

What Type of Change Leader Are You Serving?

In his book Leading at the Edge of Chaos, Daryl Conner offers a set of change leadership archetypes. The Anti-Change Leader: Recognizing the disruption that […]

A New Application of an Old Model

In this TED talk Martin Danoesastro asks, “What are you willing to give up to change the way we work?” He begins with a video […]

Change and the Three Brains

As a change practitioner, how often do you listen to your three brains? Neuroscience research has shown that we each have three fully functioning brains. […]

When Leaders are Undermining Change, What are You Doing About It?

Leaders don’t always get it right. In fact, sometimes they get it all wrong. In his Harvard Business Review Article Three Ways Senior Leaders Create […]

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