What a great leading change summary from Celine Schillinger (Twitter: @CelineSchill) in her #WeNeedSocial Blog – covering the Top Ten Change enablers:
One Human at a Time
- Change is a journey, not a destination
- Change is done with people, not to people
- Change management is not project management
- Organizations often address change at the wrong level
- The system strikes back
- It’s really hard (but necessary) to unlearn
- Resist the temptation to change others
- Always look forward
- Organizations are living systems, not machines
- To change a culture, social media is a superpower
I can not agree more and highly recommend reading and SHARING this valuable post in your networks!
By the way Celine is also part of the great global Change Agents WorldWide Network:
Change Agents Worldwide
Change Agents Worldwide
Change Agent Jonathan Antony from Vancouver writes about his idea of working in the digital age
here is my reply – hope you don’t mind me getting a bit carried away about it 😉
… we are pathfinders – not „the one“ path but many – when open for it, we become learners – curious people being fascinated by the everyday’s new surprises –
As a review of the Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris this week – a great event with inspiring and most competent people, who really make a big difference in business transformation. Focus on HR, Leadership, Social Adoption or larger organizations, new workplace designs and as a red line throughout the conference: „Engagement“.
Harald Schirmer e20s – Photo: Danke! Bernd Gewehr
You can choose to just browse through the plain presentation here – or take the „social Time Machine“ – where I collected many statements, reactions, photos and other sources to give you most lively virtual experience of those two days after this slides:
Get to my Flickr Photo Album and the full story here: (mehr …)
Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris / France – will surely be again a great place to learn about digital transformation. With it’s focus on modern leadership, great speakers and modern setup – it is not only highly engaging but helps building long lasting and valuable relationships.
Enterprise 2.0 Summit Paris 2015
My contribution this year:
Expertise Panel: Strategies for Corporate Change & the New Role of HR (mehr …)
Within the last 3 years, I spend a lot of time with the theory and practical use of „Organizational Change Management“. Many discussions (private and business), conferences, own pilots, many days coaching from a great person of Deloitte, learnings by observing outstanding „leaders in change“, participation in the inspiring „Change Agents Worldwide“ network and education by the great ISB (Institut für systemische Beratung)?
It made me rise the question:
Is Change Management – as we know it –
still the best way to „drive change“?
In my concept, I combined (mehr …)