Tag Archives: change management

Home / Posts tagged "change management"

What Makes A Good Leader for Change

In response to evolving conditions, you came to realise that your organisation must change. Change leadership consists of project sponsor, with overall responsibility, seconded by a project manager. These people will be your change agent – the ones upon which success of your initiative will rely.

Continue Reading...

Driving Change With Clear Messages

Two weeks after joining Central Bank in Germany, I spend a full week in the so-called Black Belt Training by TE Capital Europe. Black Belts are the project managers for process improvement approaches at TE. This approach comes from Motorola and is called Six Sigma. The first two weeks in the new company, I have […]

Continue Reading...

People Complexity Can Require a Special Roadmap

The DMAIC toolkit is excellent for solving technical complexity problems. However, Lean Six Sigma tools are not as adept at helping solve problems of high ‘people complexity.’ The solution is an integrated DMIAC/change management roadmap. Despite the growing awareness that the standard Six Sigma DMAIC toolkit can be applied to process problems in so-called transactional […]

Continue Reading...