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History & Models of Change Management > 10 Minutes, Snappy Visual Video | Paul Brown

Can it be done? Tour change management history, key influencers and several clear change management models in under 10 minutes. This visually compelling video does it well. As originally posted on our companion site, Change Masters (on Facebook) & ChangeManagementResources.com, Paul Brown does a great overview. via youtube.com Snapshot from “A Brief Introduction to Change […]


Towards Authentic Change Community, Help via a Social Media Audit

How does social media build real community? After being at the Future Midwest 2011 conference in Michigan, back-to-back with the consulting conference, the Association for Change Management Professionals, it seemed that putting change management and social media together, could create some pretty cool, change communities. …However…


Change Leaders: Why Should Anyone Trust Your Vision? John Kotter & Harvard Business Review

There are many trends about change management that I imagine Dr. Kotter has seen in his long career. As we prepare for the Association of Change Management Practitioners (ACMP) 2011 conference next week, including sharing new Skype videos with change authors on our updated site, ChangeManagementResources.com, I’m sharing nuggets of change leader material here including John Kotter’s highlights of some common assumptions about how leaders approach change.


Change Management, Daryl Conner, and Open Space Agility ~ ACMP (Updated)

We’ve been talking to some terrific change management consultants and leaders over the last few months. We’ve being doing Skype video interviews. And now, we’re talking with Daryl Conner keynoter at the Association for Change Management Conference 2011 in May. Just in time: ChangeManagementResources.com is getting Skype video interviews.


TRENDS: Imagination, Passion, Innovation and Change as the New Pillars of Business

It’s not surprising to me that creativity and imagination, with social media listening, could be a key gateway to the future. I’ve certainly experienced what a lack of it does to work environments. Brian Solis, a respected author, blogger, national speaker who hits it right on regarding traits that represent the future of business.


The Difference between Management & Leading Change, Seth Godin

Leadership, what is it? Does it really exist, or is it really just another form of management, one that refrains from using implied power, as Peter Drucker has described it? This interview of Seth Godin features managing vs. leading, specifically leading change. Seth is a well-known speaker and social media author who writes about building community, […]


Synchronicity! Meaning Making, Sense Making & Change Video, The ODeXchange

What is the place of synchronicity in how we facilitate change and transition? This session explored how we help ourselves, and therefore help data from the field of existence emerge. We’ll present Theory U, a tool, method and way of seeing and facilitating change, which invites data to emerge through shared meaning making helping co-create and sustain the change process.


Updated: Change Management Resources collaborative site – no hype, vetted resources

February 2011 Update: We are in the early phases of a new collaborative website about everything change management, without hype, nothing to sell, and lots to share. It’s a portal and treasury that isn’t just about one company’s or one thought leader’s point of view. It is also a celebration of the legacy of Kathie Dannemiller. Take a look at some of the tools and contact us to let us what you think and what “Quickstart” resources would be useful to you. We are also on twitter: @ChangeTools


Life & Limb: Change, Resilience and Learning from the Three-Legged Cat

WHAT are the positive aspects of the pain of change, especially when it is overwhelming, full of sighs, groans, and fearsome ambiguity? Make it through, and you’ll know what resiliency is and the value in the struggle to be alive, and especially to fully live. We witnessed this twice when Pearl, one of our two cats, the […]


Change, Ethics, Trust & Timing for your Talent Management Decisions

References a new study by Hewitt Associates and the Human Capital Institute. Very few of the companies studied are executing their talent management strategy successfully. In short, plans on paper don’t translate to reality in the workplace when it comes to recruiting, developing and retaining talent.