Transformation Tuesday

Why Resist Change?
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The most baffling and intractable problem which business executives face is employee resistance to change. Such resistance may take a number of forms—persistent reduction in output, increase in the number of “quits” , delaying change, inertia to disruption, or to...
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Leadership – Unlocking People’s Potential
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Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Leadership is not only about focusing on...
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Operational Transformation Do’s and Don’ts
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One of the keys to the implementation of Operational Transformation principles is to become a learning organization through persistence and continuous improvement. Implementing any change initiative is difficult.  If it wasn’t, each person would be doing it, but they are...
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Small Steps, Great Results!
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Great things are done by a series of small steps. Best illustration to support the improvement drive is the Olympics. It clearly depicts how to improve by creating a thought process encapsulating small, not big, and adopt a philosophy of...
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