Coffee & Change, Episode 8: Managing Change in Community and Economic Development in Ukraine

Coffee & Change, Episode 8: Managing Change in Community and Economic Development in Ukraine

On this special episode of Coffee and Change Bill Kirst, our organizational change management lead, speaks with Roman Oleksenko, a project manager with Peace Corps Ukraine who leads community and economic development projects. They discuss the changing field of community and economic development, specifically through the lens of Peace Corps and its mission in Ukraine.…

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Top 6 Ways to Combat Change Fatigue

Top 6 Ways to Combat Change Fatigue

When I read Bill’s blog “Where’s the Snooze Button on Change?” I was inspired to write my own perspective on managing change. And then I hit my own snooze button a few times in the last few months due to some competing priorities. Change fatigue is real – and something I observe often at clients.…

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Coffee & Change, Episode 6: Managing Change in Environmental Affairs

Coffee & Change, Episode 6: Managing Change in Environmental Affairs

Bill Kirst, our West Coast organizational change management lead in Seattle, shares the sixth episode of his podcast series on the topic of change management. In this episode, Bill interviews Brandon Ray, a graduate student at the University of Washington who studies Marine and Environmental Affairs and International Studies. They discuss the importance of understanding stakeholders in...

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Coffee & Change, Episode 3: Making Change in Communities

Coffee & Change, Episode 3: Making Change in Communities

Bill Kirst, our West Coast Organizational Change Management Lead in Seattle shares the third episode of his podcast series on the topic of change management. In this episode, Bill interviews Adam Burtner, a recent graduate and commencement speaker for the Class of 2017 at Wabash College. Bill and Adam talk about the changes that are happening in community engagement and the emerging trend of...

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What Does A Successful Salesforce Go Live Look Like?

What Does A Successful Salesforce Go Live Look Like?

After recently guiding a client through going live on Salesforce, I wanted to share a few tips in this third and final installation on my blog series for successful Salesforce adoption (click here for the first post and here for the second). I worked with my colleague, Matthew Savage, on capturing these bits of wisdom based on our recent work together for a financial company, as well as a...

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Turning Change Resisters into Change Advocates

Turning Change Resisters into Change Advocates

You’re introducing a new change to your business, be it implementing a new organizational structure or system, or revamping existing processes. The change is expected to increase productivity, reduce cost, and increase employee engagement. Sound familiar? Most of your employees are eager to adopt the new change; however, there are a few people who are adamantly resisting.…

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Coffee & Change, Episode 2: Change and Mentoring

Coffee & Change, Episode 2: Change and Mentoring

Bill Kirst, our West Coast Organizational Change Management Lead in Seattle shares the second episode of his podcast series on the topic of change management. In this episode, Bill interviews his colleague Julia Ko, a Customer Experience Strategy Consultant, on how mentorship and mentoring is changing in 2017. Together they discuss and share insights on how to survive and thrive professional...

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