Tag Archives: Change Management

Resistance to Change: Aspects of Cognition – a #WorkingOutLoud post

I’m sharing another significant chunk of new writing today as I take good strides forward completing the third draft manuscript for the new book on organisational change, and how we build the Socially Dynamic Organisation. I’m #WorkingOutLoud as i do … Continue reading

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Agile Through Design

I”m #WorkingOutLoud, expanding on a few ideas today about the Socially Dynamic organisation: the type of fully adapted entity that would sit at the ‘Dynamic’ end of the Change framework that I’ve been sharing recently. The Socially Dynamic organisation has … Continue reading

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Elasticity: Moving But Rooted

There’s an important phenomena called elasticity that we need to understand as it’s an insidious energy of organisational change. Elasticity is where we bend and sway in the breeze, giving an illusion of movement whilst always being rooted firmly in … Continue reading

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Laying The Foundations For Change

This is another #WorkingOutLoud post as i complete the final text for the new book. Today, expanding around yesterday’s work on the Foundations for Dynamic Change. Resistant organisations are ones that actively deny change: they identify change conversations and disempower … Continue reading

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Dynamic Change: Creating Agency

I’m continuing to #WorkOutLoud on the new book today: it explores how organisations plan for and enact change in the Social Age. It’s based around three manifestations of change: ‘Resistant’ organisations, which deploy antibodies to kill change, ‘Constrained’ ones, who … Continue reading

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Change: To Own Or To Allocate?

Just #WorkingOutLoud today as i start on the second part of the model that will take us from Resistant to change to simply Constrained. Over the last few days i’ve explored how we can segment resistance into 16 different areas, … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Resistant Behaviours

I’ve been exploring the 16 Resistors of change in more details as we look at how to segment and overcome the inertia. Today i’m looking at four aspects of resistance that sit under the heading of ‘Behaviour’. These are ‘habit’, … Continue reading

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