Change for change's sake
You should never change a winning team - or should you?
Never change a winning team is a philosophy that many of us support. We rarely question its truth because it makes so much sense at an intuitive level.
Just get it done!
Often, when strategies are announced, a magical link appears between the direction and goals and how to implement them. It is ”magical” in the sense that the implementation process often does not contain the same level of clarity or tightness as the formulation of the strategy.
How to lead change
Is the role of the change leader becoming less relevant, when more people become involved at an earlier stage? We do not think so. In fact, we believe that the role of good leadership is probably more important than ever. Leaders who give direction, and who incarnate the desired change with authenticity and integrity.
The CEO’s viewpoint on leading change
As advisors in a Nordic management consulting firm, we work with a large number of business leaders every year, helping them develop and improve their organisations and businesses. The challenges and possibilities facing these leaders come in many different shapes, but we find that there is one constant – it all involves change.