Implementing change in a dictatorship is a change manager’s dream job. Once the decision is made at the very top, the masses are told what to do and the decision holds as an unbreakable edict that no one would dare challenge. It might take a bit of effort to communicate the changes to the people, but all in all, as long as the rules are clearly spelled out, there is no need to convince anyone that the dictator’s decision is the best way forward.
Why collaborative cultures attract the best people
I had a conversation last week which reminded me of the main reason that I prefer collaborative working environments - because co-operation invariably attracts the very best people. Here are just five reasons why:
In an era where HR is frantically struggling for a seat on the bandwagon of data-savvy, data-driven business functions. An era where HR is yet to come to terms with the data value chain; where data culture is practically non-existent; data visualization remains a dark art; and BI stands for Brain Injury ... Is HR ready for Big Data?!
WHERE DO WE BEGIN?