Almost a year ago I blogged about the key trends I’d be watching during 2014. As the year comes to a close, I thought it would be useful to revisit the trends I’ve been watching and see some of the things that have been going on.
There were six key trends that I felt were worthy of attention. These were:
The return of the old
Successful change, and
Let’s see what 2014 brought us . . .
During 2013 and 2014,
It’s time for loose change – not the type you keep in your pocket or purse but the way we approach change. Traditionally, change programmes are planned, controlled and tight – but now, in today’s fast-paced world, we need to have loose change.
In earlier posts I’ve written about the need to change transformational change. In this post, I want to focus on loose change – that is, the change that can and should occur all the time within organisations, not as a formally planned activity
When it comes to tough issues we’re often blind to change – so it’s time to break change! That’s right – it’s time to break many of our change models and look at change with fresh eyes. Last week I wrote about how we need to revisit our approach to some of the underlying models that we’ve relied upon for so long and I want to continue the theme this week.
I’ve written before about the various studies that have shown that almost 70 percent of large-scale change programmes fail