Exploring the Dawn of New World
There is a lot of change happening in the world. We can let it happen to us or join together to design a better world for ourselves and future generations.
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."
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A large part of my work focuses on how the latest research on organizational change can be applied in a practical way to the reality of organizational life.
My book Generating Change focuses on practical organizational management methods for anyone who wants to create positive change in an organization. Through extensive research on effective organizational change methods, I found that a lot of the existing research, even very popular titles, is not really practical for real organizational change situations. This is because a lot of it was developed by consultants and academics without actual on-the-ground experience. So this book captures the lessons I learned from two decades of leading change programs. It captures the best guidance I have given to hundreds of program managers, people managers, and senior executives over the years.
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For more than 20 years, I have been integrating the latest scientific research into effective and practical change methods. These approaches have been honed at some of the most well-known companies in the world like Cisco Systems, Lucent Technologies, Memorex, and The Clorox Company.
Additionally, I am an adjunct professor in change leadership at Presidio Graduate School and Saybrook University where I have taught many graduate students the principles of effective organizational change. I have a Ph.D. in organizational systems and a master’s degree in information technology from Harvard University.