Change management hack #15-2017
Getting actual results out of a transformation is where the rubber hits the road, but there are a few pitfalls to conquer. Decisions agreed to do not guarantee results. Neither does an action list. And neither does a booya experience at the end of four exhausting off-site days interspersed with physical activities that are challenging.
What gets actual results?
A cadence – same group, same time, same place (can be virtual) – one half hour on:
- What did we complete the last two weeks?
- What are we doing the next two weeks?
- Who needs help?
Until it’s done.
Cadence: speaking to one another, face to face or video to video, or even voice to voice. Change happens in the dialogues we share on a regular basis. Nowhere else.
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Contact Thomas Swaak for more information about change management
Senior Director Change Management, Managing Consultant
Industry consulting, Philips Engineering Solutions
Thomas Swaak is a change management master, certified Lean expert and executive consultant/coach/implementer who designs and executes global enterprise-wide business and cultural transformations resulting in sustainable growth. Realizing business impact through solid change management, leadership and team interventions based on approaches from change management, Agile, Lean, Theory U and NLP is his key focus. At Philips he has set up the global change management practice and currently works as a senior director in Industry consulting, one of the eight key areas of expertise of Philips Innovation Services.