I once pitched an Operational Excellence programme to the top team of the company I was working for at the time.
Wanting to make an impact, I came up with a catchy name to emphasise the journey we needed to take.
The pitch day came. Standing at the front of the room, I opened with a story of Julius Caesar crossing a river in order to get to Rome and sort things out.
If you’ve been in the world of change and transformation for very long, you’ve probably, at some point, been on a course about ‘dealing with difficult people’ or ‘managing resistance to change’ (since people who are displaying the symptoms we categorise as resistance, also often get lumped into the ‘difficult’ basket).
We all have people in our life, whether in a work context or at home, with whom we sometimes feel frustrated or less connected; less able to have a productive and harmonious relationship.
What is digital transformation and what does it really mean for you and your organisation?
Smart business leaders are waking up to the fact that the fourth industrial revolution is here. This is driven by the widespread adoption of technology, disruptive innovation and rapidly changing consumer behaviour.
The pace of change means that it cannot be ignored – A business’s very survival is dependent on getting digital transformation ‘right’.
We only have to look at statistics like these: