I've been advocating a migration toward becoming trusted advisors for your clients, rather than "hands on" project leaders on site. After all, we should represent brains, not another pair of hands. This is an excellent time to promote yourself in that
• The porous company Organizations will have people working at home, at the office, rotating between the two; subcontractors; consultants. How do you lead and manage this kind of asymmetrical organization? • The sales power shift It will be less about selling to
One of the problems with "change management" and "OD" work (organization development) is that they are far too mechanistic. They tend to look at structure, processes, and procedures. I've found that most major problems in organizations are emotional and psychological.