White Papers by ChangeVU

  • Making sense of organizational resistance in change management implementation

    Organizational resistance in change implementation is experienced at the personal level – but is often the result of complex inter-actions with external “organizational” entities. Often it can be difficult – challenging, complex, frustrating, inconceivably ambiguous. And sustained resistance can...
  • Seizing Change Management Opportunities - Digitization and Digitalization

    Digitization. Digitalization. And Digital Transformation. Although many of us may have seen these terms before, the evidence continues to show, not many people are treating these terms as distinct from each other. And they really are vastly different from each other. And Change Management needs...
  • Change leadership: Top 5 capabilities to successfully deliver change management

    Successful change starts at the top. In this note top ranked leadership capabilities that correlate with successful change implementation are identified. Two perspectives are examined: first, which are the top ranked capabilities and second, when these are present, how organizations tend to...
  • Post-Covid Change Management priorities in the Digital age

    How do you think of the world – both your work world but also your personal world today vs Pre-Covid? How do you experience the world as changing? Differently than pre-COVID-19? And are the changes large or small, in comparison to before, in your opinion? These questions have different answers...
  • Change Leadership for this New Era

    In 1999 Cross, RL, Yan, A, & Louis, MR wrote about the move to virtual teams – and the need for what they called boundary management. Until then, nearly all teams were co-located. Even global teams were co-located in nodes. As we stand at the dawn of the completely virtual zoom-for-everything...
  • Going Agile: An approach to Change Management

    Decision gates (DG) are useful ways to manage large projects in timely, recurring phases. The trouble is, today almost all aspects of project decision-making are being impacted by technology. And technology, in particular software development, almost inevitably involves agile approaches. This...