Tag Archives: organizational change

How to Transition Back to “Normal”

This is a post originally shared by our partner, The Jeff Havens Company, on jeffhavens.com here. It’s finally happening.  After over a year of living with some quite unexpected and unprecedented constraints, the world is finally, slowly opening back up.  … Continue reading

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The Future of Organizational Learning by Laura Goodrich

Laura Goodrich, Global Workforce Innovator at GWT Next and partner of MasteryTCN, recently published an article with OD Innovator titled, “Switching Hands: The Future of Organizational Learning.” Goodrich paints a picture of how video-based microlearning helps organizations adapt employee development … Continue reading

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Managing organizational change effectively

Change comes to every company eventually. How do these businesses handle themselves when in flux? Change is an essential part of progress, and in today’s high-speed business environment, companies that don’t evolve and move forward may have a hard time … Continue reading

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Ask Jeff! Leadership and Organizational Change

Last week we posted about five important programs for your workplace. Some of these included wellness, mentoring, and professional development. Another program any organization can benefit from is leadership development. Jeff Holth, MasteryTCN’s Channel Partner Program Manager, is here today … Continue reading

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Crafting a corporate vision of change

You know that you need an overarching company vision, but what about narrower vision statements to articulate goals for short, medium and long-term change? Forbes contributor Kotter International suggests that in addition to your mission statement, you should also articulate … Continue reading

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