Tag Archives: Organizational Change Management
Posted on19. Apr, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I want to start a conversation with you about an idea that’s been bouncing around my head: I’ve come to see that leading change is similar to marketing. A good leader understands different employee groups’ (audiences) needs, hot buttons and can adjust his messaging. And the adjustment is not rooted in manipulation. It’s an outcome [...]
Posted on28. Mar, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I am utterly fascinated with how social technology is bringing people together. The implications have growing importance for today and tomorrow’s change leaders. Causing change requires a united group of people willing to hear, discuss, and even act on what is needed to make change happen. We know though through history that most change efforts [...]
Posted on22. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I’m an unabashed advocate for a much-needed shift in how leaders show up to inspire people in this post-Great Recession era (The New Normal). The complication of my advocacy is helping people understand how to lead newly in the New Normal. Well, I am thrilled to share with you a book that does just that [...]
Posted on21. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
The people have had enough. Taking to he streets, using their voices, and calling the Governor of Wisconsin on his political move, citizens of Wisconsin and their supporters (and opposition) are revealing the degree of their dissatisfaction. There is an uprising of people. Many are planting themselves firmly against the Governor’s (Scott Walker) plan to [...]
Posted on14. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
There is a fundamental change taking place in terms of how corporations create value, and arguably, in terms of the core architecture of the corporation. I think it’s the biggest change in a century in the ways that companies build relationships and interact with other entities, institutions in the economy and in society. We are [...]
Posted on12. May, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Last week I posted the first part to this blog. I’m exploring cringe-worthy statements leader’s say about change. Some of you shared your cringe-worthy statements. Thank you. I encourage more of you to share your example below. This post wraps up this topic, at least for now. Here are two new statements and possible response [...]
Posted on05. Jan, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
We are optimists. We bring this optimism to our work with leaders and their employees to expand their perspective and ability to introduce change to the business. It’s not a “think positive and it will be” approach. It’s an approach that believes that to bring change it requires a fundamental shift in how we work [...]