I recently posted that the creation of strategy was better served by being flexible and agile than creating concrete plans. Rob Millard probably said it better: NOT on a soviet-style

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In 1995, two young U.S. Army officers who had been friends at West Point found themselves living down the street from each other at a base near Honolulu.  Nate Allen

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In the jobs I had before I started my own business, I always felt an important part of my responsibility was to develop the people who reported to me. In

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(A response to Jason Corsello) Usually I would say rebuttal instead of response, but Jason has this one right on.  If you don’t read his site, start now by going

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Of couse not all HR change management means displacing staff (see parts 1 & 2). What every change management professional knows (and not all HR practitioners share this knowledge) is

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So we left off with part 1 with an understanding that you might need to change some of your HR staff due to the realities of changing your HR business

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We ended last week’s PMO discussion with change management. As a program manager, a high level understanding of change management may be all that you need – you’d have change

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