Winning at Change
Despite heroic work by project teams, our organizational change efforts have an abysmal track record. After 20 years studying change while living it (he’s been change managed plenty), leading it at companies large and small (he’s failed at it) and studying it, Al Comeaux finally puts the onus where it belongs: On leaders like him.
He explains why leaders make counterproductive moves (pushing change onto people, failing to listen first), which leave project teams with the head hurting job of trying to make change happen up against even tougher odds. And he explains what we can do about it.
PMI Talent Triangle: Leadership