Category Archives: Change Management

Change management section of this blog collects articles about change models, change processes often (but not exclusively) referred to in IT change management when embarking on rapid programming and software change and change management consulting houses.

Blogger’s note: This piece is abstracted and reblogged from the Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, August 2012. You may not like what you are about to read. Most senior executives are steeped in a … Continue reading

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Blogger’s note: This piece is abstracted and reblogged from the Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, August 2012. Do you want to lead an organization that’s nimble and flexible so it thrives under conditions … Continue reading

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Blogger’s note: this piece is reblogged from The Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, July 2012. CIOs sit between a rock and hard place. On one hand, the already ridiculous pace of change … Continue reading

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This was posted today on the Rally blog. If you don’t already follow Rally’s leading software development industry coaches and executives, I recommend it. Enjoy. When Rally asked if I would bring my Agile leadership and culture-building tools to the … Continue reading

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