Consulting, coaching and facilitation
As consultant, coach and facilitator I reinforce and accelerate complex organisational change, developing change leadership on the job.
How to get commitment?
Five forces to make change succeed
English translation to be expected in the beginning of 2019!
It’s an ambition you regularly encounter in organisations: being the best. Ranking highest on the list. Reaching the Champions League. I grant any organisation the feeling of euphoria if they are recognised as being the best. But I wouldn’t easily advise people to choose this as the ambition to change. This is because of the following
‘Never Judge a Man Until You’ve Walked a Mile In His Shoes, sang Elvis in 1968. If this was true, I might as well close my business. Because I have made it my business to help top and middle managers but have never been one myself. So, how literally should we take these words from
The term organic change can be heard regularly in many organisations. This of course has a lot to do with the fickleness and complexity that is typical of contemporary change. What’s so hard is that the term is also a rich source of Babel-like confusion, which only increases the complexity of change. So I wondered