Getting your operating rhythm back in the age of disruption

rhythmWe live in the age of disruption with new players aggressively entering old industries, such as Uber threatening the taxi industry and AirBNB taking on the hotel industry. These businesses have disrupted the ways and operating rhythms of the past by creating new operating models that erode the successes of historically dominant (and seemingly untouchable) players. To successfully adapt we need to take greater control of the impacts of these changes by proactively defining our own Operating Models, and associated Operating Rhythms. This will ensure, not only survival, but success in this aggressive new world. Continue reading “Getting your operating rhythm back in the age of disruption”

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Getting your operating rhythm back in the age of disruption

10 ways to put fun into your change program

Any major change program brings with it stress and uncdarthvaderertainty for the people impacted. They are nervous about the unknown and unsure of their futures and whether they will be able to survive and thrive in the proposed new world. To get everyone to accept the changes, and actively participate, you need to lighten the mood and increase engagement using some fun change strategies. Here are ten strategies that were hugely successful in a recent major program of work. Continue reading “10 ways to put fun into your change program”

10 ways to put fun into your change program

Nobody likes change……..they love it!

ImageMention change to most people and they will quickly tell you they hate it closely followed by the often used phrase ‘nobody likes change’, however we all┬álove change we just don’t realise it. Continue reading “Nobody likes change……..they love it!”

Nobody likes change……..they love it!