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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Designing an Effective Organization: The Levers Available to Leaders Looking to Implement Lasting Change (Part 2 of 2)

Designing an Effective Organization: The Levers Available to Leaders Looking to Implement Lasting Change (Part 2 of 2)

A major change has occurred in your business and your peers have suggested it is time to alter the company’s organizational structure. Before you grab the whiteboard marker and start drawing new org charts, it is imperative to slow down, fully understand the types of change your company will make, and how that change will be executed.…

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Vanilla ERP: Best Practice or Implementation Headache?

The term “vanilla ERP” was first introduced in the 90’s as vendors like SAP and Oracle, drained by the never-ending customization of their systems, pushed back.  They challenged customers to accept their code and processes as originally developed.  The argument was clear.  After hundreds of implementations, their vanilla systems and best practice processes were better, lower risk and cheaper...

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Technology Transformation is Not Always the Silver Bullet

It has become a general trend that banks continue to enhance their existing product offerings by upgrading their technology platforms for a better user experience. Many would equate such technology upgrades to “transformation.” These replacements or upgrades are commonly perceived by banks to be the solutions for customer attrition, below average customer experience, and to keep up with...

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Prioritizing People During a Carve-Out Transaction

There is no doubt that carve-out transactions are incredibly complex, particularly when it comes to separating operations and systems. While these are the “brass tacks” on the forefront of all transaction decisions, there is another critical factor that can doom a deal if it is neglected – the people. Far too often, key leadership and cultural considerations are overlooked during a carve-out...

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Do You Like Taking Surveys? (A) Yes (B) No

Tips to Keep in Mind for Deploying Organizational Surveys It seems today that we are constantly asked for feedback, ideas for improvement, and preferences from the companies we interact with. Whether it be post-purchase emails, spam pop-up windows, static feedback links, or “suggestion” adds, organizations are finding ways to creatively engage customers for their thoughts and opinions for...

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