Working with a Micromanager

Key Point: Your career success depends on your ability to form productive and effective working relationships with a wide range of people. Do focus on how to build those relationships and don’t be distracted by labels to which you attach too much meaning. The world in which we work is more fluid and unstructured… Organisational structures and operating relationships are far more fluid these days and while the hierarchical organisation chart might exist, the “reporting” relationships can extend well beyond the boundaries of that formal structure. It may be matrixed, networked, team-based or any other form but the point is [...]

Five steps to improve the chance of change success

Change is still hard. The Harvard Business Review said so again in July and, while there is no reliable empirical basis upon which to justify the popular narrative that 70% of organisational change initiatives fail, the perception of change risk remains. In a world that is changing rapidly: where we are seeing whole industries being disrupted by convergence and technological innovation; where the emerging social adoption of technology across the internet touches almost every aspect of life; where fundamental structural adjustments are required for all major economies; we need to be able to change effectively and quickly. There is no safe [...]

By |September 4th, 2013|Change, Change Management, Organisational Change, Strategy|0 Comments