Archive for category: Transformational Change

Loose Change

11 Dec
December 11, 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 Read more […]

Transforming Transformational Change

28 Nov
November 28, 2014

Transformational change has a poor track record of success and perhaps now more than ever we need to revisit our approach to some of the underlying models that we’ve relied upon for so long. I’ve written before about the various studies showing that almost 70 percent of large-scale change programmes fail to meet their goals.  That’s right – study after study reveals roughly the same facts: that only three out of ten transformational change programmes will meet their stated goals. It’s Read more […]