Why should we return to office? The lament reminds me of Pink’s song “Just Give Me A Reason” where she begs: “Just give me a reason, just a little bit’s enough.” To date, the headlines have instead focused on the reasons for staying home. For example, a recent Wall Street Journal article cited the difficultiesContinue reading “Return to Office: Just Give Me A Reason”
Category Archives: Culture Change
Go Ahead and “Enable” Your Clients Given All We Have Been Through!
Given the challenges our clients are facing, we should “enable” them to improve #organizational performance. Yes, I used the word “enable!” I fully recognize that this term is often times seen as a negative. As in, I “enabled” my dysfunctional cousins to drink themselves silly.” Not so cool. The type of “enabling” I am talkingContinue reading “Go Ahead and “Enable” Your Clients Given All We Have Been Through!”
Return-to-Work, Virtual or Hybrid: A Millennial Wonders If It Matters!
A consulting colleague stared at me with disbelief that I had spent time during the #pandemic writing a book The New Workforce: Productivity Through Virtual and Hybrid Teams https://amzn.to/3zvtzyv on navigating these new environments. She explained that she has always operated in #in-person and #online environments, seamlessly switching between the two. I am an “elder”Continue reading “Return-to-Work, Virtual or Hybrid: A Millennial Wonders If It Matters!”
A Pandemic Story – Performance Through Virtual and Hybrid Teams The New Workforce: Productivity Through Virtual and Hybrid Teams by Dr. Kevin Anderson tells the story of how going virtual due to the pandemic led to work innovations. The idea of delivering business consulting virtually was unimaginable for Dr. Anderson. He had spent decades building aContinue reading “Book Announcement:”
True Organizational Culture Change: “Everyone Talks Different”
The #culturechange that Sandra Johnson engineered at a challenging City Government division is the most astounding cultural turn around that I have ever witnessed. An informal City leader who missed 50% of the meetings due to an illness came back and said, “I don’t know what happened but all I can say is everyone talks different.” It isContinue reading “True Organizational Culture Change: “Everyone Talks Different””