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The Real Reason Your Organisation Can’t Always Rely on People to Get Work Done

Marie-Claire Ross Mon, Sep 3, 2018
The Real Reason Your Organisation Can’t Always Rely on People to Get Work Done

Every organisation consists of a complex network of strategic relationships that coordinate work through making promises to one another.  Even if we are talking about 10 or 10,000 employees, people need to rely on each other, in order to exchange information, ideas, services and goods.  

From Outputs to Outcomes: Why Leaders need to Change How They Measure Business Performance

Marie-Claire Ross Tue, Apr 17, 2018
From Outputs to Outcomes: Why Leaders need to Change How They Measure Business Performance

Why is that successful and well-managed companies struggle with change and disruptive innovation?   Too often, what got companies to where they are now, isn’t what will get them to the future.  Established organisations continue to do the same things, in the same way, every day, that they don’t realise that these habits no longer translate into future success.  Over time, their focus morphs into managing risk, rather than managing potential opportunities.  The fall out is accidentally managing themselves into brand oblivion.

3 Strategies High-Trust Companies Use to Avoid Fatiguing Employees with Change

Marie-Claire Ross Tue, Apr 26, 2016
3 Strategies High-Trust Companies Use to Avoid Fatiguing Employees with Change

The pace of change within most organisations is accelerating.  It’s now commonplace for companies to be restructuring, changing their business model, undertaking M&As, launching a new strategy or initiative, entering a new market or even relocating.