change management

Unleash the Motivation for Change

I’ve long been a subscriber to Russell Ackoff’s principles, renowned for his pioneering work in Systems Thinking and Management f-Laws (yes, Ackoff spelt the last word that way intentionally). As a famed professor at the Wharton School, he remains a timeless figure whose insights continue to resonate profoundly with my work in change management and …

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A Change Long Overdue

Some would say that risks have changed dramatically over the past decade or more.  While the risks may have changed, what hasn’t is the practice of how risks are managed. What I witnessed as ‘risk management’ in the early 1990s is much the same today, though much is touted about the value added that comes …

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The Keystone Business System

To capture the significance of a keystone, let’s first put it in perspective. A keystone in architecture is a central, wedge-shaped stone designed to support the weight of the arch. It distributes the forces acting upon it. When a load is applied to the arch, such as the weight of the structure, the arch exerts …

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