In the last blog of the ADKAR * series I will cover the last step – reinforcement. The reality is that it is human nature to go back to what we know.
Following on from the first two of my ADKAR * blogs, this blog will cover the third and fourth steps in the ADKAR model for change – knowledge and ability.
Following on from the first of my ADKAR * blogs, this blog will cover the second step in the ADKAR model for change – desire.
Once a need for organisational change is established it is important to embark on an effective change management approach to get commitment to implement and sustain the necessary changes
With globalisation and mergers an everyday reality in the modern business environment, this requires that organisations change the way they are run and how they work. Linda Mvanana, Head of Business Consulting at Nkululeko Leadership Consulting, believes that while change has become a constant in the world, many organisations are not adequately equipped with the… Read more »
While there is general agreement that for organisations to achieve high-performance requires an alignment of culture and strategy, Alex Darko, Head of Culture Consulting at Nkululeko Leadership Consulting, believes it is the attitudes and behaviours of leaders that are critical in achieving success in this regard. “In my view leadership, culture and strategy can… Read more »