Managing Change

Book review – Making sense of change management: A complete guide to the models, tools and techniques of organisational change by Esther Cameron and Mike Green

I’ve reviewed many books on change management (see the related blogs list below) but this one is a sure-fire winner if it’s a major area of interest to you. There are 450 pages of counselling, occupational psychology, consulting, organisational development, leadership and change management theories and tools – it’s a Read More

2017-01-15T17:33:40+00:00January 15, 2017|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Strategy|

Are you ready to change? Remember the change process

The start of a New Year usually finds people all fired up and determined to change. Usually it’s about personal fitness and health but often it’s about business change. But are you or your people really ready to change? Leaders and coaches would do well to remember that there are Read More

2016-01-04T10:09:20+00:00January 4, 2016|Kim's Blog, Management Skills|

Be more strategic – creating behaviour change

At the PM Forum’s “Being more strategic” course last week we covered a lot of ground. During the day we explored techniques for: thinking strategically, strategic processes, developing business strategy and strategic marketing. The feedback (see below) was fantastic. When I asked delegates on what topic they would most Read More

2015-07-06T12:18:57+01:00July 6, 2015|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Marketing, Strategy|

Leadership: Lessons from Star Trek and Neuroscience

Two recent but very different articles on leadership attracted my attention. Star Trek Forbes published “Five leadership lessons from James T Kirk” in May It’s a neat way to get across some key messages – with evidence from the Enterprise’s caption: Never stop learning Be a “walking stack of Read More

2015-01-22T15:13:37+00:00June 20, 2012|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Management Skills, Property, Strategy|
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