This month, Crystal Kadakia, author of The Millennial Myth, shares how we can transform misunderstanding into workplace breakthroughs. Listen in to hear common misconceptions about the different generations at work, and learn how to leverage Millennials’ strengths to support digital transformation. [Read more…] about Interview: How Millennial Myths Impact Workplace Change
Change implementation often crosses functional lines in organizations. For example, consider a project designed to improve inventory accuracy, which is driven by the supply chain function, but requires adoption by people in operations who will use the system. The people in operations don’t report to the supply chain function, so the change may not be a priority for them. [Read more…] about Three Tips for Implementing Change Across Functions
Implementing change usually requires setting measurable goals for what the project will achieve. And someone needs to be accountable for attaining those results.
However, people are often hesitant to commit to achieving results. It’s much more comfortable to commit to completing activities, which they have more control over. Unfortunately, checking the boxes on activities doesn’t guarantee that you’ll achieve the desired result. [Read more…] about Redefine Consequences to Gain Commitment to Achieving Results