As we have already understood in previous articles, culture changes needs advanced leadership development. This article focuses on the method to make it possible.
Beyond Kotter’s and BCG models for culture change, Harvard provides us with many tips on how to thrive with the culture change process
Culture change implementation is as much challenging as interesting to learn about: this article explains the key factors for successful culture change implementation
There are many reputable scholars, consulting and academic organizations dedicated to research about culture change. One of them is Boston Consulting Group and this article explains their view on the culture change process
The two leadership stages prepared for leading change are the Creative and Integrative. This article explains briefly what do they consist of
To understand how leaders can drive culture change it is first necessary to understand how leaders develop the capability to do so. This article introduces The Leadership Circle Profile framework on leadership development to help you understand so.
The best way to plan the culture change you need to implement is to craft a Case for Change. This article explains briefly what it consists of.
Attempting to change an organization’s culture is more than likely to be a daunting challenge, namely because of the many inhibitors to change. This article explains some key strategies to overcome change inhibitors
John Kotter is known as the number one guru of culture change. This article explains his model on how to thrive in changing an organization’s culture
Culture change starts by raising awareness and persuading on the need for the change. This is done by crafting a vision for change