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In order to stay competitive in its marketplace, an organization must change over time. Growth is change. Adaptation is change. Improvement is change. Change is good. Change is also disruptive – it requires action and effort and commitment – which, in turn, require perceived value. People need a reason to take action. “Because I said so,” is an option – undeniably – but it won’t provide the best result. Leading change is communicating, demonstrating, and helping others to find the value of change. And everyone can do it. When new organizational goals are established, individuals need to realign themselves to, Read More
I can picture it as though it was yesterday. The early ‘80s – the age when cell phones were the size of a small briefcase and Cheers was the hit show. The training and consulting business my parents Rollin and Christine Glaser had launched in 1977 was operating in full swing from their home in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Organization Design & Development (OD&D at the time) was the name of their venture, and they specialized in facilitating on-site soft-skills management development programs. Our home was buzzing with business. The bathtub in the spare bedroom served as our warehouse. My sister, Read More
Maya Angelou We’ll be celebrating Labor Day this weekend – a time that reminds us how important we all are to one another. Unless you’re out in the wild, growing your own food, building your own shelter, and keeping your mind occupied and spirit fulfilled with the endless wonders of the universe (but, come on – who’s really doing that?), you depend on other people to live the life you’re living. No matter how far from the front line you are, the people that work for and with you have an effect on you. And you have an effect on, Read More