Successful implementation
Successful implementation
Successful implementation

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Successful implementation

Rosabeth Moss Kanter is a Professor of Business at the Harvard Business School.

Rosabeth Moss Kanter on Zooming: How Effective Leaders Adjust Their Focus

Rosabeth Moss Kanter: Leading with Confidence

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Her strategic and practical insights have guided leaders of large and small organisations worldwide for over 25 years, through teaching, writing and direct consultation to major corporations and governments. Rosabeth Moss Kanter encourages us to get in touch with every negative aspect of change and figure out a way to get that negative force on our side. We should dream our worst nightmare – and invest in it to build a practical and successful implementation plan.

How do we turn our worst change nightmare upside down to overcome barriers to implementation?

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

In August 2009, she visited Implement at our yearly University where we, as part of our own development, draw upon the expertise of the best and most recognised management thinkers in the world.

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  • Managing Yourself: Zoom In, Zoom Out

    After an explosion on a BP oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010 killed 11 people and caused the biggest oil spill in U.S. history, the company’s CEO at the time, Tony Hayward, zoomed in on the implications for his career. He appeared preoccupied with the incident’s impact on BP’s management and, particularly, on himself.

  • Powerlessness Corrupts

    You’re speeding toward a goal when you hear sounds that make the brakes squeal: 'The procedures don’t allow this'. 'It will take months to process'. Submit more forms'. Or worse, you request cooperation but don’t get a response. You curse petty bureaucrats for causing the screeching halt.

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