Chief Capability Officer (CCO) Seeks a New Home

Having been in L&D for many years in virtually every role from road warrior sales trainer to multiple leadership positions, I have been an advocate […]

Reduced-In-Force…Bomb Sniffer Looking for a Home

Will stipulate knowledge acquisition is important, but many years of corporate L&D experience has this dog trained to recognize that training…in and of itself…only drives […]

Onboarding Vs. Waterboarding: Is There a Difference?

Is there a difference between your onboarding process and the process of waterboarding? One uses water...and the other holds the new hire down and administers […]

How Point-of-Work Shapes Effective Change

After over twelve years of chasing the PS rabbit I have a confession to make...I'm done chasing PS…directly. The chase is near futile when the […]

Leading Change as “Ordinary Work”

To be effective with addressing the continuous nature of Change is to ”routinize” it by building into the organizational culture as “Ordinary Work”. That means […]

Managing Change or Leading Change: Does It Matter?

Leading Change to full adoption implies that we not only manage Change to deployment, we must continue to lead Change through implementation...and beyond to the […]

Free Agent – Hurled Through the Window of Opportunity

If your organization recognizes that true business results are won…or lost…@ the Point-of-Work, and a bold decision is under consideration to head up the mountain, […]

“EPS Readiness?” Or “One-and-Done?”

Successful implementation does not equal full adoption. My point is simply this – being ready to deploy any manner of change is not the same […]

Driving Performance with Extended Blend

Focusing on a new ground zero - If we hope to move beyond potential, we must move beyond where we create it – during training […]

Turn Loose the MOOCs

Consider the point of work as the new classroom if you like, but recognizing the application of assets at the point of work represents new […]

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