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My Next Step Towards World Domination: Social Media in Europe, The Middle East and Africa

I have been writing here on this site for 4 years and 4 months. If you’ve been reading along for that long (thank you) you will have seen a significant amount of change in my life over those 52 months. For those of you who may be newer to the site and to my life [...]

Evolution vs. Revolution: Which is Better for Organizational Change?

It’s time for another 2 minute unedited video. Sorry about the glare in my glasses it’s actually kind of sunny here in Seattle today. Today’s topic is is what’s the best way to drive organizational change: Evolution or Revolution? Evolutionary Change = small, fast, iterative change that’s easier and safer to implement but harder to make stick [...]

Managing Resistance as a Change Agent

Many of us are what’s considered a “Change Agent.” We are brought into companies to shake things up, to push the status quo, to make our organizations better. But it usually doesn’t feel like we’re changing much, just getting more grey hairs. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t receive some level [...]

Stop Trying to Change. It’s Pointless.

Image via Wikipedia I often forget that most people aren’t used to change. Some people have to constantly relearn how to do things. I’ve never not know change. The idea of changing seems almost foreign. Change to me means I have to teach someone a new way to do things. This may be a little [...]

Business Lessons From a Dead Viking

I’ve been reading Michael Raynor’s Strategy Paradox where he addresses the fact that so many good strategies fail. He points out that the DNA between good strategy and bad strategy is often impossible to tell apart. Raynor is coauthor of Innovators Solution with Clayton Christensen. I highly recommend both books. Raynor (with props to Jared [...]

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