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Unlocking Change: Embrace Forward & Backward Lookers
A recent experience crystalized for me an essential, binary nature of organizations: some people look forward, some backward. There ought to and will always be both in any given organization....
Published on: March 28, 2024
Published By: Timothy Grayson
Leading Change to Reality from Fiction
All significant change—let alone innovation, invention, or discovery—begins mostly as fiction. Calling it desire, intent, hope, or what-have-you doesn’t change the fact that it is presently not real. Change ends...
Published on: March 12, 2024
Published By: Timothy Grayson
Focus Inward, Windward, and on Leaders
Taking stock, testing the winds, and choosing to focus on change leadership To everyone but the few that have noticed and asked: the site has been quiet as late 2023......
Published on: February 12, 2024
Published By: Timothy Grayson
"Do the Work" Pt 3: The Nature of Change Work
     On one level, as an earlier essay exposed, the work of change leadership is to ensure impacted personnel change their behaviour as needed. Change managers execute techniques to gain...
Published on: December 12, 2023
Published By: Timothy Grayson
People Playing an Infinite Game Resist Change Less
     Perspective is everything. At least as much as context.      This piece began as another view on the “myth” of projects having a 70% failure rate (the root cause...
Published on: December 5, 2023
Published By: Timothy Grayson
Crisis? Well That's a Change
“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”                               – Winston Churchill      Change management exists for projects because people tend to not change behaviour—not easily anyway. Its methodologies account for...
Published on: November 28, 2023
Published By: Timothy Grayson
"Do the Work" Part 2: The Work of Change
     In an earlier piece, “Do the Work” Part 1: Do The Work!, I encouraged change leaders and managers to “do the work”—after dissecting that tragically overused rejoinder. The point......
Published on: November 14, 2023
Published By: Timothy Grayson
Winners and Losers… and the 70% Failure Rate “Myth”
     It’s proving hard to defang this “70% of projects fail” statement. Both winners and losers of very definite opinion challenge it quite emphatically. The pejorative “Myth!” is levied to......
Published on: November 7, 2023
Published By: Timothy Grayson
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