Change Management

Is Imagination really more important than knowldge?

How does imagination catalyze collective innovation and unleash corporate vitality  - and is imagination, like we are led to believe that Albert Einstein famously said -  is more important than knowledge? When I did my research, I discovered that Albert

Why are Innovators Curious Like Cats?

As the tidal wave of Artificial Intelligence continues to disrupt many aspects of our lives, there is one skill it has yet to emulate, according to a recent article by the Singularity Hub “OpenAI’s GPT-4 Scores in the Top 1%

Overcoming Organizational Change Fatigue: 5 Strategies That Work

Change is a necessity in today’s world, yet change initiatives don’t always work out. Pushing endless changes onto employees is a sure way to induce organizational change fatigue. Here’s how to use change management. What is Organizational Change Fatigue? One

Are Your Change Management Processes Well-Oiled?

Change management focuses on people, and how they move from their current situation to a new one. Anyone who has been through a major organizational change knows that change doesn’t happen in isolation and that unintended consequences are to be

How Change Management and Innovation Intersect

Innovation by definition means change. Not all change, however, is innovative. Change – whether innovative or not – is inevitable, and the people and companies that regard change as a leverageable asset are the ones that end up better off

How to Move from Process Improvement to Innovation

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with process improvement, but it isn’t the same thing as process innovation. Process improvement is about making an existing process better. And there’s no reason not to do this when the opportunity presents itself. Process innovation,