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When implementing change in an organization, “lack of leadership” is one predictable problem. Watch for these signs and learn to drive change better across your organization.
Are you trying to drive organizational culture change? If so, consider these 5 questions before you hire a change consultant or identify a partner to help.
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Global retailer Carrefour used a tailored coaching program to address several challenges it faces, including a changing marketplace and workforce.
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CCL conducted an organizational network analysis to measure and map the informal structure and relationships that support, or inhibit, change.
Productive change doesn’t happen by itself. As an effective change leader, you must know how to guide it using these 3 elements.
To succeed at complex, continuous change, a rigorous approach is needed — probably a more rigorous approach than you are used to.
By leveraging CCL’s Change Leadership Framework, Yara International ASA successfully initiated a cultural shift within the organization with buy-in from its executive team.
Culture change work isn’t easy or quick, but it’s essential in order to adapt during turbulent times. The key to successfully transforming your organization is to purposefully and actively build collective capability for new ways of working together.