In this two-part article, my focus will not be on finger pointing but will explore the human physiological reasons for change resistance and change fear. In the second part of this article, I will focus on the Brain-Based Conversation techniques for the Change Practitioners to help facilitate communications with individuals and teams that can help overcome resistance or fear of change.
Organizational Health is connected to business goals. Achieving business goals is directly related to the performance of our organization’s talent and value proposition. Today, various industries, consumers and businesses are constantly changing to keep up with consumer demand. We too must be willing to change on a regular basis. If we do not have this capability in the organization, it’s time to develop it or it will end up costing us dearly.
By: Flt.Lt. Sridhar Mulakaluri John was completely confused. He is swamped with the information about various models and frameworks and is not able to decide how to go about the whole thing. The program he was excited about was fast turning into a nightmare. Since the CEO called him and asked him to lead the […]
This article attempts to provide an understanding of what Outcomes Agility is, and the capabilities an organization must build to enhance its Outcomes Agility.
BY: PRASAD KAMATH
Business The Secret of Enterprise Agility: Where Science Meets Organisational Change BY: Erich R. BüHLER Most mindsets or frameworks developed to support an environment where employees can confidently adapt to market opportunities, such as Agile, Lean, and Scrum are not enough. A new framework of reference is required, one that draws on neuroscience, organisational psychology […]
ARTICLE Powerful change models for Agile Teams: John Kotter vs. The Change journey Pyramid By Irena P. Krivosheeva In this article, Irena P. Krivosheeva analyzes, through one of her personal experiences, two powerful change models and how they can bring value to a company’s teams. Agile teams, or teams that have recently adopted Scrum, face […]
AUDIO INTERVIEW Interview with Sunil Mundra, author of the book on Enterprise Agility BY: ERICH R. BÜHLER, SUNIL MUNDRA This is an essential interview for any professional trying to understand how change works in organizations. Sunil Mundra is the author of the book Enterprise Agility, and was interviewed by our director Erich R. Bühler, author […]
ARTICLE Towards Collaborative Robots as Intelligent Co-workers in Human-Robot Joint Tasks. BY: Ana Cunhaa,c, Flora Ferreirab, Emanuel Sousaa, Luís Louroc, Paulo Vicentec, Sérgio Monteiroc, Wolfram Erlhagenb, and Estela Bichoc Recently there has been an increasing demand for collaborative robots able to interact and cooperate with people in several human environments, sharing physical space, and working […]
ARTICLE Understanding Business Value BY: Flt.Lt. M. Sridhar Chakravarthi It was a regular Tuesday of a routine week. After taking care of the routine activities and a few daily stand ups, a few of the scrum masters and Agile coaches joined for a quick lunch. After the typical cribbing about the unreasonable POs and customers, the […]
ARTICLE Leadership Styles By: Trimble, Joseph Langford, Sara; California State Polytechnic University Pomona, PSY/SOC Thompson, Joshua; Western Washington University Camp, James Leadership has been a topic of contentious debate since the time of the ancient philosophers. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries a number of leadership theories have been advanced. The Great Man Theory gives […]