For many people, keeping the change alive is the boring part. All the hoopla, brainstorming, and exciting new ideas are a distant memory. Now you are making sure the bugs are out of the system, the new technology works, people’s questions are answered, the work is moving you toward your desired goals.
These are tips submitted by people who are out there leading change inside organizations.
Many changes die before they ever give you any real benefit. Knowing how to keep commitment high is critical. This article gives you great ideas from people who are out there trying to get things accomplished.
This short paper lists the critical factors in keeping the change alive.
I’ll prime the pump on the request I made in the last entry. I came across a list of things that sustain commitment to change. This was put together by a group of engineers and managers in a class that … Read More..
Here’s a question I posed to the people who read my newsletter, Tools for a Change. So the question is, what do you do to keep major changes alive? All too often, changes begin with a bang and die with … Read More..