4 Disciplines for Long-Term Sustainability of Change (posted on tanveernaseer.com)

Years ago, we each had a chance individually, to take a hot air balloon ride. Kendall’s adventure was fun and exhilarating. But for Tony, his ride was terrifying because of his fear of heights and small places. The thought of being thousands of feet in the air in a small basket was petrifying. After comparing our two experiences, we realized how similar our adventures were to how change affects employees. Full Article >

By | 2017-07-15T13:00:21+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Guest Blog|0 Comments

Making Change Aligned with Company Strategy (posted in the National)

Only 30 per cent of change succeeds, say authors Kendall Lyman and Tony Daloisio – and a 70 per cent failure rate would be unacceptable outside the ranks of leadership. That figure comes from a 1996 study by a Harvard Business School professor. The pair authors are partners at The Highlands Group, a US-based management consultancy specialising in strategy, organisational change and leadership development, which has worked with Kellogg’s, KPMG, Merck, Mobil and AT&T. Getting change right can have win-or-fail and even life-or-death [...]

By | 2017-07-15T12:40:57+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Guest Blog|0 Comments