Project managers face resistance on a daily basis. Change management guru Rick Maurer spoke with ProjectsAtWork about how resistance leads to the high failure rate of major change initiatives, and what can be done to overcome the all-too-familiar struggle to move forward.
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調査によれば、「成功戦略を実行する」は上級指導者にとって懸念事項のトップ2です。私達はすばらしい戦略を開発することの一つだと知っています。実行戦略は真の課題が発生する場所です。破壊的な環境では、成功するためにはしっかりとした変更コンパスが不可欠です。このエキサイティングセッションでは、ベストセラーの著者Jeroen De Flander教授が、戦略を成功に導くために、シニアリーダーが習得する必要のある3つの重要な変更レバーを明らかにする予定です。
이 활발한 세션에서 Jeroen De Flander 교수는 전략을 성공으로 이끌 기 위해 노인 지도자가 숙달해야하는 세 가지 중요한 변화 레버를 발견 할 것입니다.
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No manager wants to demotivate their team, but sometimes their actions have unintended consequences. How can well-intentioned actions backfire?