Post in 48 words Business school academics frequently and repeatedly claim that organizational change tends to fail. Addressing these 'failures' informs university leadership and management courses for students and consultancy for organizations. Perversely I am now referenced as the missing change tends to fail 'evidence', this Notebook reflects my increasingly paranoid scream!!! In this third …
I recently enjoyed talking with Jane and James as part of their World of Work podcast series. It was good to take a break from gardening and my joy of composting and engage with another of my passions - organizational change. We talked about the scope of organizational change, my attraction to the field and …
Senior people refer to ‘leadership’ when what they are really talking about is ‘command.’
Creating urgency has become synonymous with leading change to the detriment of individuals, organizations, and societies.
As we celebrate 70 years of the NHS I reflect upon a 2014 paper on change in the NHS which is due to be revised.
What if leading organizational change and transformation truths business schools disseminate were largely appeals to emotion and personal belief with little grounding in objective facts?
Updating and reinvigorating old ethical debates through highlighting the darkside of organizations.