Change Management Articles

When it comes time to make changes, the best managers direct the transition from start to finish. How have leaders managed change successfully?

Adapting to the digital era can be a painful process for companies. And quite a few of them are making it even more painful than it needs to be, says Eva Janich of the Swiss consultation company 4moreE, and shows how it can be done better.

Typically, the HR department doesn't have analytics experience, and analytics experts don't have HR experience. That's why change management is critical to HR analytics success.

Is Emotional Intelligence the Key to Effective Change Management?

Emotional Intelligence (EQ), popularized by best-selling author Daniel Goleman has been validated with multiple research studies to be a key differentiator in work performance. Emotions, which make us human, propel us to require interpersonal connections. Beginning at infancy, our very survival depends upon others, as dramatized in the "Still Face" experiment.

Change management projects often fail although there are some stories of hope. Prosci, one of the most well-known global consultancy companies in change management, often reports on successful change projects which have improved human performance, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction and finances.

The pace of innovation and disruption is accelerating. Digital change agents are instrumental in helping their companies stay competitive, spreading digital literacy, driving collaboration and accelerating progress.


How accepting change and adversity have served as secret allies in business for Veera Sekaran, founder of Greenology.

HRXchange: Change Management

Whether due to economic uncertainty, changes within the business or simply a need to improve efficiency, all businesses will at some point need to implement people-related change. Our webinar focuses on two key areas of change management: redundancy and changes to terms and conditions.

Change Management: The Value of Flexibility

The shifting retirement plan landscape offers advisers a chance to rethink the range of solutions they use with clients.

Change issues might be so complex management cannot see its true priority or even where to begin.

How To Manage Change In Mobile Transformation

In a growing state of flux, how do those tasked with making enterprise-shifting alterations handle the change?

Leader 2 Leader: In changing workplace, execution matters

This week’s question is from Cari Marshall, principal of CMCi Consultants LLC, a consulting firm focusing on quality process improvement, LEAN/Six Sigma and Change Management, primarily in health care.

4 Steps to Effective Change Management in 2018

It’s not really surprising that 75 percent of companies are still taking incremental steps towards digital transformation, rather than executing a fully rolled-out strategy.

Leading Change in Organizations

Change is hard. At a time when the majority of businesspeople say that the pace of change is accelerating, 50 to 70% of organizational change initiatives fail.

Change is a necessity in today's business world, but many are more resistant than they think. Here's how to bust down barriers to necessary change.

Across the U.S. industrial landscape, corporate instant messaging, whether via mobile devices or PCs, is becoming an important supplement to emailing for enterprise-wide communications

When change management fails

Did you just manage your own failure?

Many leaders cite people, culture, change management and communication as the top causes of merger integration failure, yet few companies understand how to tackle those issues head-on. This infographic explores how CEOs can overcome people issues and culture clashes to build a better company after a merger.

Even ‘Change Management’ Is Changing

How does one prepare for change in a data-intensive environment?

“Change? Change? Why do we need more change? Aren't things bad enough already?” – attributed to Lord Salisbury speaking to Queen Victoria.

A mobile internal communications platform can enable quick, effective, targeted, and continuous communications in crisis scenarios.

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