By Rebel Brown
Imagine influencing your teams to harness power into breakout business and professional results. Whether you’re an entrepreneur just starting out or a CEO of a large corporation you’re leading humans in business and this book is for you.
Today’s business environment is characterized by frequent economic disruption, marketplace volatility and organizational change. Regardless of the size and type of business, all organizational levels are impacted by changes. Yet, it is estimated that roughly 70% of all change management initiatives fail. Therefore, it is imperative that leaders at all ranks of the organization be invested in understanding the principles of business transformation. Business transformations are complex, requiring time, experience, and the right skills to be successful. This article explores practical examples of transformation successes and failures.
In today’s economy, organizations are struggling to cope with the rapidly changing market place. Efforts are made to adapt, innovate, and embrace new ways of doing business.
Organizations are struggling to cope with the rapidly changing market place. Efforts are made to adapt, innovate, and embrace new ways of doing business.
In today’s evolving economy, organizations are struggling to cope with the rapidly changing demands of the market place. New promising changes are designed by organizations to adapt, innovate, and embrace new ways of doing business.
There is more emphasis than ever on the need for change. In this essay on organizational change, a senior practitioner reflects on some parallels between the art of jazz and the art of management consulting.
SAP’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software is designed to help companies manage the complete lifecycle of their product portfolios. This case study tells of a SAP PLM failure turned success at a world-famous consumer packaged goods manufacturer. The major lesson learned is to align processes, stakeholders and the PLM solution to the maturity and capability level of the company and its primary business objectives.
Are you looking to improve the effectiveness of your meetings and your teams? This article presents ways to engage, enroll, enable and empower team members to be more responsible for meeting and team effectiveness.