Gaining Employee Buy-In for Improved Organizational Performance

Part 2 of a 4 part blog series discussing the importance of addressing employee motivation for improved organizational performance. This is about establishing a business case for change. Your employees need to understand the importance of the effort at hand in order to buy in. We must craft the focus, direction, and integrated operational driveContinue reading “Gaining Employee Buy-In for Improved Organizational Performance”

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Organizational Change Management is All About People Readiness

Professionals have described the term “Change Management” as being vague and confusing.  I have even had clients refer to the term as “completely baffling” since it does not specify whom, nor what we are trying to change, let alone manage. I find that throwing in the descriptive term “People Readiness” to be helpful since itContinue reading “Organizational Change Management is All About People Readiness”

A Formula for Organizational Performance So Simple That It Is Ignored

The Obama Administration is promoting legislation that would help many students go to community college for free.  This is an effort to once again kick-start education as a driver of economic growth. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/21/nyregion/raising-ambitions-the-challenge-in-teaching-at-community-colleges.html?_r=0 As a former community college administrator and instructor, my burning questions are ‘Why community colleges?’ and “If they have figured out theContinue reading “A Formula for Organizational Performance So Simple That It Is Ignored”

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