By its very nature, change is difficult. A close look at any successful change scenario in business will show that the success was the result of focusing on anticipating and managing change impacts to both the business and its people.
Experienced change leaders know that successful delivery is a bit like riding a wave; they will adapt to the challenge, assess the risk, and embrace the uncertainty of the ride.
If the secret of change is to focus energy on not fighting the old but building on the new, what is it that enables some organisations to accelerate where others falter?
As organisations have delivered a significant amount of change in a very short period of time, moving to distributed teams and yielding impressive outcomes that may give rise to a reworking of work.
Many of us can relate to not enjoying the standard 9-5 workday, but with flexible working and increasingly long days rapidly taking hold in the workplace, has it had its day?
Has the time come to outsource project leadership and if it has, how do you find the right external delivery capability for successful projects?
When the right people are in the right roles with the right responsibilities, leadership can show itself in many and varied ways