Category Archives: Change Management

Want to Get People Excited About Change?  Try These Four Tips From the Israeli Military

Want to Get People Excited About Change? Try These Four Tips From the Israeli Military

Want to ignite some excitement around a new initiative? Need a way to infuse your team with enthusiasm?  Or inspire employees about a new product roll-out? During a recent assignment in the Golan Heights near the Syrian border, I had an opportunity to observe a recruitment event for high school students conducted by the IsraeliContinue Reading

Three Principles that Might Change the Way you Manage Change

Three Principles that Might Change the Way you Manage Change

Many organizations fail miserably when making change. Managing change is difficult and takes wisdom, experience and thoughtful analysis. More often than not, leaders charge into change without taking time to reflect, analyze and plan each step toward their goals. Renova Corp. offers three unique principles that impact the way you manage change and dramatically increase the probability for your success.Continue Reading

Managing Change: Create a Sense of Urgency

Managing Change: Create a Sense of Urgency

When trying to change organizations, executives sometimes plunge ahead without establishing a sufficient sense of urgency. George Low, director of the Apollo 11 first landing on the moon, provides eight ways to increase the sense of urgency in your organization.Continue Reading

Managing Change: Getting Buy-In and Overcoming Resistance

Managing Change: Getting Buy-In and Overcoming Resistance

Approximately 55 percent of all projects fail because they do not have key stakeholder buy-in. This “tip” defines five ways you can achieve buy-in to make change initiatives a success.Continue Reading