Organizations make money by doing
the right things, not by reacting.
distance between two points is the
The ability to anticipate is a world
class "best" practices core competency in tomorrow's organization.
Change has many perspectives; 10
mph vs. 550 mph; "are you in the seat of the airplane or on the ground theory."
Change Creates Obsolescence (Products,
relationships, processes, customers, people;
Question is: How do you balance change and obsolescence?)
Changes goals should be continuous
Companies usually try to manage
change in their spare time.
The time to change is when things
are the best (proactive vs. reactive).
Pick your spots for change (80/20
Keep focus on evaluating your progress
on managing / accommodating change.
Have the right type of management
/ leadership structure.
Bureaucrats - Great Ideas; Poor Implementations
Coaches - Solid / Consistent Ideas; Motivational Implementations
Dictators - Poor Ideas / Great Implementations