Making change happen
Our meeting on June 18 of the Change Management Platform NL was again very successful! The highlight was guest speaker Jan Rotmans, Professor of Transition Studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam. The theme of this meeting: In Times of Crisis; what does that mean for...
Together with the Change Leads of most Dutch Multinationals, such as ASML, Heineken, Cargill and FrieslandCampina, we had another great session in which each other’s challenges were shared.
The question that was central during the second meeting of The Change Management Platform NL. A successful session in collaboration with Anne Kloosterboer.
Do you recognize this? To remain relevant to the environment, organizations must innovate. That is why organizations invest heavily in digitization and other technological innovations. But to keep up or to lead the way, more is needed.
What do we mean by this? Organizational changes often do not get off the ground or they do not achieve the desired goals. We like to manage complex changes. But is this really possible?
Many organizations see the need to innovate. New parties are entering the market, customer demands are changing, society is changing and new technology offers new opportunities.
In our previous blog Design Thinking, what does that require of you, Michiel Prins spoke about how Design Thinking can be used successfully only if you are aware of your own beliefs.
Nowadays you find it everywhere. Don’t you have it yet? Well, you’re way behind. Is it fuss, the latest management hype or does it really add something?
Every reality, every problem and every opportunity, is a composite of facts and your own view of them. The experience is a result of your perception.
We hear and read a lot about agility in organizations. Techniques such as agile and scrum are being introduced at a rapid pace and it works. But it’s not Columbus’s only egg.
Social innovation requires transformation. Innovation means that progress is always possible. It is therefore not about what innovation is, but above all about the process. The process of being and staying in motion. The “how”.
“The world is changing, so we (the organization) must change too.” How often do you hear directors, managers and their gurus make this statement?