OrgMapper | Insights is back with a new video, in which, Hiske den Boer, Director at OrgMapper, talks about organizational culture change and its effects on the established social arrangements for doing work.
Business agility means how a company adapts to a changing competitive landscape. To be agile in 2016, it is not enough to clearly predict the future, move fast, and execute plans well. What will contribute to success is including the emotional elements.
In two weeks' time the OrgMapper team will be en route to Dallas, to participate at the ACMP Change Management Conference as Silver Sponsors.
A little less than a week ago, Internal Communications expert, Mike Klein, published an interesting and inspiring article, discussing the findings of the eight annual edition of Gatehouse's State of the Sector.
After hundreds of work hours and dozens of sleepless nights, we are extremely proud and thrilled to present to you a brand new, completely re-imagined and re-calibrated OrgMapper.
"Change often strikes a chord of fear in an organization" wrote The Business Journals' Kathy Close in her recent article titled 'Why a formal game plan is critical for change management initiatives'. Change can indeed seem daunting. But is it really change itself that people are afraid of, or rather the uncertainty it brings?
OrgMapper | Insights is back with a new video, in which Hiske den Boer, Business Unit Director of OrgMapper, talks about employee resistance to change and how it can be overcome by involving employees in the change process from an early stage.
The Harvard Business Review (HBR) has recently published an article that really resonated with what we at OrgMapper believe in, as it focused on how "leadership development and change management tend to be top priorities for many organizations." But then again, we all know that over two thirds of all change initiatives fail (approx. 70%). It's somewhat of a Catch-22 situation, because even though more and more organizations are putting greater emphasis on change management, they are still falling short.
We hope you managed to dig yourself out from under the virtual pile of emails amassed over the holidays, and are now ready to take on the challenges of 2016. If so, let's start by learning how the network approach can make your organization more effective and efficient in the New Year.