Change is NOT the only constant. The failure rate of change projects seems to stay constant as well, at about 70%. In order to be successful, change leaders need to realize that every change project must go through these four stages – rejection, objection, perception, adoption – and the first two stages may temporarily bring the performance down, which kills the key players’ desire to continue the change effort.
What are the key differences between a boss and a leader? Upjourney has put together a comprehensive collection of answers, including this new take from Collectiver: Leaders share the destination while bosses tell you how to drive A leader will never call himself a leader, while a boss gladly will. A leader will share the destination. A […]
It took a few thousand years to realize that horses can be harmful, and then one more century – to figure out same about the internal combustion engine. It is quite possible that soon we’ll learn something totally mind-boggling about the effect of the artificial magnetic field on the human existence, from the Earth axis shift to a possible time warp. We don’t know what we don’t know.
When Passover and Easter converge, as is the case this year, it is a tough moment for many of us who are innately diverse and inclusive. With less than a day away from the holiday, we may start thinking about the fine line between the traditions that are good to keep and the innovation we […]
I support and respect the Millennials for their choice of premium beer. It is amazing to see how real life confirms certain fundamental principles that are valid for business as well as for personal growth! From the article penned by a qualified Millennial @Kate_H_Taylor in @businessinsider, it is obvious that their choice is inspired by […]
No, not the one you think. And I am not surprised. You need a paradigm shift. Imagine reading something like this: Healthy Sex: Indulge your “sweet tooth” — the healthy way. Adding a little spice to your sex life is not off-limits in the […] Clinic Diet. Here’s how you can have your muffin and […]
Last year, in order to understand Elon Musk’s success drivers, we crowdsourced his profile with our Collectiver Q7 Culture Compass Tool. After a hundred of completed questionnaires, we obtained a stable position of Elon’s “North Star” and placed on the Values Map – see the red one here. The star position would not change any […]
I looked at the calendar today and realized that the end of the year is very close. So I decided that now is the right time to make the New Year resolutions. Like KPIs, NYRs are important because they help monitor my continuous improvement. Usually, I do not do this because I don’t need to […]
According to Gallup, managers account for at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores across business units. The leaders’ influence trickles down throughout the entire organization. Simplifying the map, we may estimate that, in an average hierarchy, the CEO is accountable for almost 25% of the frontline engagement! That is why ALL performance […]
EVERYONE complains about the unmanageable amount of time spent on meetings, and the cost to the company. Some “disruptive” managers attempt to ban ALL meetings, but that does not work in our knowledge economy. To make your meetings meaningful and effective, we developed a Meeting Management Monitor that will help you achieve up to 50% […]