Writing on Transformation

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Transformation Ignition Points

Forbes reports that $900 billion was wasted in digital transformation efforts in a single year. Such dismal statistics are not set in stone. They, like your organization, can and must be transformed. Start by paying attention to the seven ignition points. 

Leading the Way to a Brighter Shared Future

As the gap between the stories we believe and the reality we perceive widens, humanity finds itself staring into an abyss of overwhelming uncertainty.

From Transformation Insanity to Enterprise Instancy

In this new world of discontinuous jerk, change is baked into the synthetic digital ecosystem itself, and it is giving off tensions and tradeoffs that must be dealt with in real time, all the time.

Change or Die

Successful organization transformation requires an empathic, people-centered approach to change that nurtures a culture of aspiration, alignment, autonomy and accountability.

Enabling Organization “Response-Ability” to Change

To overcome the cultural orthodoxy that is suffocating organizational “response-ability” today, leaders must focus on the people side of change.

Shall We Dance?

Successful organization transformation requires that we put the “emotional horse” back in front of the “tangible” cart.

A People-Centered Approach to Leading Perpetual Transformation

Successful organization transformation requires an empathic, people-centered approach to change  that nurtures a culture of aspiration, alignment, autonomy and accountability.

Taking your PCT Pulse

Transformative leaders such as Gandhi, Parks, and Kennedy understood that people do not resist change, they resist being changed. 

How to Lead Organizations Through Uncertainty

We must recognize that every person in an organization is ‘response-able’ – they have the ability to lead by catalyzing the efforts of others towards the achievement of a shared aspiration.

What’s Your Story? 

In examining collective human efforts that have changed the world, some clear patterns emerge. Most important among them is the recognition that successful transformation efforts invariably begin with a clear and compelling change narrative.

The Leadership 2.0 Challenge

To avoid extinction in an environment where the only constant is change, the primary purpose of leadership is to ensure that their organizations become more responsive to market shifts, more resilient to unpredicted technological disruptions, and more adaptive to unforeseen deviations from expected norms.

Learning from Experience

To move from organizational insanity to enterprise instancy, leaders must break existing orthodoxies by engaging the organization in experiences that reframe its limiting beliefs and change its restrictive behavior.

Changing the Way We Change

Removing the resistive forces to change by reducing learning anxiety is the key to unlocking the discretionary effort of your people to maintain the viability and vibrancy of your business.

How Second Order Effects Will Shape the Post COVID-19 World 

Here are sixteen COVID-19 2OEs that lurk just beyond where we can see now. How successfully we collectively address the dilemmas that surface will shape our destiny.

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