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Six Key Factors of Change Management

There is a science and an art to achieving real, meaningful change. The art lies in knowing how to design the change management process – and how to facilitate it so that real change occurs. The science lies in knowing the key factors of success and applying them rigorously. This tool lays out the six …

Developing Governance Policies – How Effective Boards Work

I worked recently with the Board of Directors of a large public power company. They needed stronger governance systems. I talked about how effective boards work. I detailed our approach. “With our framework,” I told them, “the board expresses exactly what it wants the organization to achieve in the form of policies. By defining what …

Managing Change in an Organization

Any organization undergoing transition is in the process of managing change. To manage change effectively, the organization’s leaders should look forward and ask themselves important questions, including:

Strategic Change Management

To paraphrase Kenny Rogers, as a change manager, you have to know when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em. Our firm worked with a large coalition in California, helping it develop a strategic plan and a new governance structure.

Change Management and the First Five Percent

My approach to strategic change management that says the quality of the first five percent determines what happens in the rest of the process.

3 Principles of Our Change Management Model

When people ask me to describe our change management model at LRI, I tell them it boils down to three principles.

Managing Change: The CEO’s Change Strategy

A CEO of a high-tech company told me today his story of managing change…