... And one small step at a time, typically. ... The book Fearless Change mit be of interest, too. Cheers, IljaMessage 1 of 47 , Jun 2, 2009View Source2009/6/1 George Dinwiddie <lists@...>:
> ran.nyman wrote:And one small step at a time, typically.
>> Hi Ilja,
>> Semco is excellent example how to change company. Sack most of
>> managers that are going to resist the change and build new culture
>> with new managers. Unfortunately that is not option for me;)
>> Would there be other way that is not so radical to get rid of PP&D
> Ran, change happens one person at a time.
> I recommend the AmplifyingThe book "Fearless Change" mit be of interest, too.
> Your Effectiveness conference (http://ayeconference.com) for some
> approaches that might help you.
Hi Roy, ... True. It s possible to generate commitment, though, and in my experience often much easier to generate commitment to the next small experiment thanMessage 47 of 47 , Jun 2, 2009View SourceHi Roy,
> Well, if there is no commitment, then that is the ultimate hesitancy. IfTrue.
> there is no commitment, small steps at a time will not happen anyway.
It's possible to generate commitment, though, and in my experience
often much easier to generate commitment to the next small experiment
than to a revolutionary overhaul.
That's not to say that I'm against revolutionary overhauls. I'd like
to be part of one at some point. I just don't see them happen very
often. And still, I do see change.