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Murder, betrayal, the fate of humanity... it's all in a day's work for Jim Meade, Martian P.I.In 2097 humanity is ruled by two major powers: The Consortium and Coalition. But Jim Meade is a Runabout - someone who doesn't care who’s running the show so long as he can earn his keep peacefully in the deadly Zero-G fights that keep the Martian colonists entertained on a nightly basis. After one of his fights goes horribly wrong, Meade finds himself deep in debt to one of the most dangerous warlo ...
 
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There is no question about it. Generational differences exist and often lead to friction, disagreement, conflict, disengagement, turnover, and project failure. As change practitioners and leaders, it is important to understand How to navigate these differences successfully. Chris De Santis, author of Why I Find You Irritating, joins Management Edit…
 
Early change management methodologies focused heavily on culture. As the profession has grown and matured, other aspects of organizational change have tended to take center stage, with less, if any focus remaining on culture. In his book The Culture Fix, Will Scott makes the case that culture does, in fact belong front and center and…
 
Hamza Kahn began his 2015 TEDx talk, Stop Managing, Start Leading, by telling his audience that there are three things about him that they should know: he was born in 1987 (28 years old), he loves hip hop, and he is a horrible boss. Through his own experiences, as well as the wisdom of long-time저자 Theresa Moulton
 
In The Heart of Transformation: Build the Human Capabilities That Change Organizations for Good, Michael J. Leckie writes, “Throughout this book I will be talking about individual change as the basis for all change.” Michael and Managing Editor Brian Gorman explore the author’s perspective of organizational change as people-centric and how that per…
 
“Written by a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive community of contributors and business experts, (The Secret Sauce for Leading Transformational Change) is about leading transformational change on an individual, team, organizational, and societal level.” Author Ian Ziskin is joined by two of the many contributors to this unique book in this podca…
 
In their book Beyond Digital: How Great Leaders Transform Their Organizations and Shape the Future, PwC partners Paul Leinwand and Matt Mani posit that digitization is not enough to be a winner in the future; at best, it will allow you to continue playing. Through their work with global organizations, they have identified seven strategies…
 
Are the metrics of change management the metrics of the change itself? Why can folks have an adverse reaction to being individually measured? What are the Dark Side of KPIs and how do we combat that? Dana will provide the 4-step process to reveal useful and meaningful measures for both change and change management. Tune…
 
Lindsey Caplan shares with Managing Editor Brian Gorman the ways in which change leaders and practitioners can significantly increase the effectiveness of change-related gatherings (e.g., town halls, launches, offsites). Her approach helps to engage employees more fully in change efforts and to move from a “one-size-fits-all” approach to one that i…
 
Given the turbulence and uncertainty of the future of work, Robin Hills' insights on emotional resilience in business are prescient for change practitioners and change leaders. In this podcast, Managing Editor Brian Gorman and Robin explore the role that emotional resilience plays in our work, the effect of emotion on resilience, and the importance…
 
Change management digitization pioneer Gavin Wedell joins Management Editor Brian Gorman to explore the role of digitization in change management. Based on a year of experience in the application of a digital platform for supporting organizational change, Gavin estimates that approximately 17% of a practitioner’s time could be shifted from administ…
 
Whether you are a change leader, change practitioner, or a bit of both, Nancy Murphy offers valuable insights on how to be more successful in this podcast with Managing Editor Brian Gorman. Nancy provides insights into historical leadership traits that are no longer serving either leaders or their organizations. She also provides suggestions – some…
 
How we approach change is dependent on the mindset that we bring to it, and Jake Jacob’s mindset has always been that it can be faster and easier and deliver better results if we think about it in ways that are different from most change management methodologies. Through his decades of providing support and guidance…
 
In this far-ranging discussion, Change Management Review Managing Editor Brian Gorman and Michael Hynes, author of The Myth-Guided Mind, get very practical about the role of change practitioners and change leaders in today’s workplace uncertainty. Tune in to get Michael Hynes' answers to questions such as: In The Myth-Guided Mind, you share a signi…
 
What if, instead of seeing change as difficult, costly, and “weird” or outside the ordinary, we were to look at it as easy/doable, rewarding, and normal? In this podcast, Proteus International’s founding partner Erika Andersen and Change Management Review Managing Editor Brian Gorman begin by exploring this mindset shift. Erika believes that this s…
 
Brendon Baker believes that as a profession, we have over-complicated our approaches to change management. He has taken it upon himself to simplify it and in doing so, to help change leaders drive real value. Brendon and Managing Editor Brian Gorman discuss his approach for doing so Tune in and get Brendon Baker's answers to…
 
Dr. Keith Merron joins Managing Editor Brian Gorman to explore the valuable role that using paradigms as a lens can play both in transformational coaching and transformational change management. As Keith highlights during the conversation, “paradigm” becomes highly complex at the organizational level. Individuals and teams each have their own parad…
 
In this far-ranging conversation, Beth Montag-Schmaltz, Principal and Founder at 71 & Change, joins Managing Editor Brian Gorman to explore the changing practice of change management. The theme of measurement runs through the conversation, from the importance – and an approach – for measuring and tracking initiatives across an enterprise to the rol…
 
What we don’t know about our employees may be one of the keys to why so many of our change initiatives fail to deliver on their promises. In this episode of the Change Management Review podcast, Managing Editor Brian Gorman discusses the role of trauma in change. Tricia Steege, who has done significant research in…
 
David Giersdorf knows how to navigate disruption. His decades of C-suite experience in the travel industry have helped him identify six protocols for “navigating your company, career, and life through the fog of disruption.” In Part 2 of this two-part podcast, Managing Editor Brian Gorman and David dive more deeply into some of his protocols as…
 
David Giersdorf knows how to navigate disruption. His decades of C-suite experience in the travel industry have helped him identify six protocols for “navigating your company, career, and life through the fog of disruption.” In Part 1 of this two-part podcast, Managing Editor Brian Gorman explores with David each of these protocols and what it…
 
In his forward to Adam Kahane’s book Facilitating Breakthrough, Edgar Schein writes, “The key to this book is the second word in its title: breakthrough. With powerful stories from around the world, Adam Kahane tells us how he and his colleagues have worked with groups, both within organizations and across larger social systems, that are…
 
Joan Lurie, CEO of Orgonomix (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) joins Managing Editor Brian Gorman in this exploration of change management through a very different lens. Approaching organizations as ecosystems and sub-systems, Joan describes the key elements of the ecosystem to focus on in order to guide the change to success. She provides examples …
 
In this podcast, Managing Editor Brian Gorman talks with David Nour about the interweave of personal, organizational, and social change, the role of innovation and how to achieve it, and the importance of non-linear growth. Nour discusses the importance of relationships as a key resource for those who are leading and facilitating change as well…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Yvonne Ruke Akpoveta – a continuous learner and teacher in the field with more than two decades of experience as a change management practitioner. As CEO and Founder of Olive Blue, The Change Leadership, Yvonne works globally with professionals, executives, and organi…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Ogheneochuko (Ochuko) Igbeyi – an experienced change leadership advocate in financial services with over 20 years multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural experience in Nigeria, West Africa, and Canada. He is PMP and Change Management certified with practical experience …
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Jennifer Roth – a senior marketing communications professional with extensive experience developing innovative strategies for informing, guiding, and motivating people. Her unique blend of creativity and analytics has created value for a wide variety of organizations,…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Caroline Samné – co-founder of The Pillars, a Montreal-based consulting firm which specializes in organizational culture and transformation, organizational learning, the development of leadership, and talent management. She is a fluently bilingual change architect and…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Vijay Chander – Senior Manager-Change Management Specialist-Innovation, Technology and Shared Services at TD Bank. Vijay’s education and career have brought him from India to the Philippines to Toronto, Canada, and he has over 19 years of rich broad experience in Prog…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Meighan (Meg) Newhouse – CEO and Co-Founder, Inspirant Group, home of the #Unconsultants who guide clients from inspiration to transformation. In an era ushering in more digitization and automation, she still believes that humans are any organization’s greatest asset.…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Danyele Harris-Thompson – Change Management and Transformation Services Sr. Leader, AEMEA, at Kao Corporation. She is an experienced external and internal change strategist, successfully developing and delivering people readiness plans across various industries and se…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Maryam Emami, Ph.D., MBA – Senior Consultant, Talent and Organization at Infosys Consulting. With extensive OD/OE experience within various teams of executives, leaders and engineers, Dr. Emami is passionate about bridging the gap between business process and human…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Dana Houston Jackson, Lead Principal Change Advisor at 1898 & Co., the consulting and technology arm of Burns & McDonnell. She specializes in simplifying the complex and improving adoption and usage in order to achieve full business value. Dana is a straight-shoote…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Sarah Gaeta – Interim Chief Executive Officer of Sage Beacon, and a seasoned professional who has worked with a series of multi-national organizations and positively impacted product portfolios and technological business operations. Prior to joining Sage Beacon, Sarah…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Sameer Hasija, Dean of Executive Education and Professor at INSEAD, which is ranked by the Financial Times as among the world’s top three business schools; and author of The Phoenix Encounter Method: Lead Like Your Business is on Fire (McGraw-Hill; October 27). Sam…
 
Mr. Joseph Ajuwonn, how would you advise organizations like the Tourism and Aviation industry to adapt to the change caused by this pandemic seeing that they were hit terribly and can't necessarily work 'remotely'. As of March, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) had reported an estimated revenue loss of $252 billion in the sector gl…
 
Listen, to our very own consultant from OrgXcel, UK as he answers the second question from our interactive session on the change management series Question two Another sector that has been hit hard is Consultancy firms and Service providers. As a consultancy organization, how have you managed the change caused by the pandemic? Seeing that with the …
 
Listen to Mr. Olawale Craig, the training coordinator and the management consultant, Portsbridge Educational Services, as he shares juicy tips to help organizational management team members manage and respond better to change. Pay attention to the keys for a successful journey through any kind or organizational change. #Organizational#change#manage…
 
Management tips from Kodak photography films and Nokia phone organizational change stories. Be it a planned or unplanned change, it can either launch you and your organization to new heights of great achievement or create a crash or standstill. The right response is, therefore, very important. Listen as Mr. Olawalw Craig (training coordinator/ Mana…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Dana Houston Jackson. In her role as Senior Change Advisor at 1898 & Co. (a division of Burns & McDonnell), she specializes in reducing friction to make change easy and challenging the ordinary to create better futures. With 25+ years’ experience in Project Managem…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews B. Parker Ellen III, Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Development in Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Parker researches social influence topics, primarily organizational politics and leadership, and has been published …
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief, Theresa Moulton, interviews Michael Canic, PhD – author of RUTHLESS CONSISTENCY: How Committed Leaders Execute Strategy, Implement Change and Build Organizations That Win (September 1, 2020; McGraw Hill). He is also the founder and president of Making Strategy Happen, a consultancy which he…
 
In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Jamie Shapiro - Founder and CEO of Connected EC, a leading authority on connecting leadership performance and wellbeing, and the bestselling author of Brilliant, Be the Leader Who Shines Brightly Without Burning Out. Having experienced burnout in the corporate worl…
 
Summary In this podcast, Change Management Review Editor-In-Chief Theresa Moulton interviews Edith Onderick-Harvey, Managing Partner of NextBridge Consulting, LLC. As change leaders and change professionals, you naturally embrace, engage in, and affect change. Personal leadership and engagement, however, is not enough. You need to help leaders enga…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Salima Hemani – Founder and President of SZH Consulting LLC, a boutique management consulting and executive coaching firm based in the Washington D.C. Metro area. Prior to that, Salima held senior leadership positions at global, Fortune 500 companies including Accentu…
 
Topic overview: As change leaders and change professionals, you naturally embrace, engage in and affect change. However, your personal leadership and engagement is not enough. In too many organizations, change leaders are outnumbered by those who are standing on the sidelines, waiting for someone else to act. You need to help leaders to get their…
 
Summary In this podcast, Change Management Review Managing Editor Brian Gorman interviews Arif Harbott, co-author with Cuan Mulligan of The HERO Playbook: The Step-by-Step Guide for Delivering Large-Scale Change. HERO is a transformation framework (Hypothesize, Execute, Result Observed) based on the authors’ experience in guiding over $1 billion in…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Juan Luis Betancourt, CEO of Humantelligence, a company that works with their clients to apply psychometrics, analytics, and artificial intelligence to help align culture and strategy. His experience in human capital advising was developed while a partner at Korn/Ferr…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Brad Deutser, author of Leading Clarity: The Breakthrough Strategy to Unleash People, Profit and Performance and President and CEO of Deutser, an award-winning management consulting firm that works with leaders to create great companies inside and out. Brad is a trust…
 
In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Jessica Bronzert, founder of The Sparks Group. Jessica is passionate about helping leaders and teams develop the capacity and skills they need to be successful. Motivated by the diversity of the human experience and organizational life, Jessica employs specialized cha…
 
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