Posts Tagged ‘authors’

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 […]


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.


Co-Creation in Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges & the Road to Commitment

Theory U features concepts intended to help leaders and managers in the public and private sector break through unproductive patterns of behavior. This includes not listening to their staff and clients’ and producing ineffective patterns of decision making. Otto Sharmer’s diagrams and practices include accessible illustration on paths in listening, for example, reinforced through the book, as a key focus on the left side of the U: