Our systems — be they companies, government agencies, schools, churches or healthcare organizations — become brittle, rigid, bureaucratic, and sometimes even dangerous when there are no rebels or change makers who have the courage to say, “This isn’t the right way.” Look no further than General Motors’ recent debacle. This inspirational post reflects on what might happen in a world without rebels.
So many great ideas never happen because of communications problems. Here are the five critical strategies for framing and communicating a new idea — and building support for it with at least 10% of the people in your organization.
A meeting with a CEO who dislikes rebels and change agents reminds me of a most important lesson: the need to be prepared before pronouncing big ideas.
Too often, rebels at work end up being martyrs. A handy guide to bringing about change without ending up getting the shaft. AOL article by Tom Siebert based on Lois Kelly and Carmen Medina’s recent SXSW talk.
There are three elements of creating meaningful change — whether it’s developing a new product or transforming a government agency or business function. This presentation highlights how to Dream, Discover and Deliver, and gives you a heads up about practices to embrace and pitfalls to avoid.