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Building internal capability in organization transformation

Building Internal Capability in Organization Transformation: 2 Keys to Success

Often, organizations look to outside partners to assist with organization transformation. This is natural, as organization design and change demand specific skill sets that are not always readily available within an organization or easily hired. However, the opportunity also exists for organizations to build these capabilities internally. There are many

Change Transformation Partner

Finding the Right Change Transformation Partner

A change partner is essential when developing your business model and organization design because they can bring methodologies and tools needed to guide the work. Your change partner could be an HR manager or some other internal resource. But, it may be better to factor in partners outside the organization

Change Agents

Better Utilize Change Agents in Your Change Transformation

In order to successfully navigate through a change transformation, businesses need key people to help push the change forward and integrate the new concepts into the organization. These change agents play an essential part in the change transformation as they communicate, implement, and help spread the change throughout the organization.

Organization Design Implementation

Executive Insights: What Will It Take to Implement Your Design?

Developing a new organization design requires a lot of work, time, and resources, but it can also be exciting to move in a different direction to improve the organization.  In the excitement, we want to implement the new design quickly but often without knowing the effort, steps, or even amount

Executives discuss why HR is the best change management partner

Why HR is the Best Change Management Partner

Human resource (HR) leaders are uniquely positioned within their organizations to play a significant role in change management. Traditionally, they have been workplace policy enforcers, employee liaisons, and corporate communicators. However, the evolving corporate climate–and the influence of technology and workplace analytics–have reshaped the HR function. It warrants a different