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Category: Change Management


Collaboration that Generates Results: 5 Articles with Interesting Tips

LeadershipWatch Article about collaboration, yellow pen on an article

Not so long ago, I was asked by a client to help with the rollout of a large corporate transformation program. One thing quickly became clear: producing tangible results will in large part depend on the quality of collaboration between…

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Leading Indian-Dutch Business Teams: 3 Insights that Help Create Results

Indian Flag with small pictures in it

A couple of weeks ago, I advised and facilitated newly formed Indian-Dutch business teams – this in the context of a recent acquisition of a Dutch and very innovative SME by an Indian multinational in the pharmaceutical sector. I (myself…

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Leading Change: 3 Misconceptions about Successful Collaboration

White lines of a sailboat wrapped around brown wooden pins

Are you leading change? Do you believe in the importance of a collaborative culture in your company? Do you want to encourage successful collaboration between people and teams across organization units, even across companies? Let me share a few considerations,…

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Leading Change: 3 Reasons Why Great Leaders Are Reluctant to Compromise

Leading Change, compromise

The other day I watched a political leader proclaim with great pride what a huge success this compromise was. How they had reached it after long and exhausting negotiations. This was truly a great solution that would change the future…

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6 Contrarian Reasons Why You’re Lucky to Be a Leader Today

Our Guest Post on Switch & Shift: Nobody ever said that being a leader is simple. Certainly not in today’s world where changes seem to happen at the speed of light; where communication and collaboration are heavily impacted by new…

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Sustainable Change: Know How to Handle Complexity Across Cultures

Clocks showing the time

Business leaders of today face a high level of complexity. Globalization, technological evolutions, market shifts, an increased pace of change. These have changed the business landscape. Business environments are more cross-cultural now than ever before. Cultural differences are changing working…

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Verandermanagement: Waarom het aligneren van mensen cruciaal is voor zij die veranderingen leiden

Puzzle pieces, leading change

This is a Dutch translation of a previously published Leadershipwatch article on the importance of people alignment, especially for those who lead change. Click to read original article.   ‘We hadden een duidelijke strategie uitgezet, maar ik zie nog steeds geen…

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Organizational Alignment: The Power of Cross-Organizational Networks

Network of people

How do organizations deal with the changes in today’s business environment? How do they keep up with the pace of change, let alone get ahead of it? How do they innovate and stay competitive? How do they increase their adaptability?…

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Leading Multinational Companies: The Difference between Execution versus Action

Globe

Some time ago this executive team contacted me. They were dealing with important market changes that affected their business. There was an urgent need for change in the organization and they had defined a set of strategic objectives that would…

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Cross-Cultural Leadership: How to Create People Alignment (Part 3)

This series is about people alignment as a crucial competence for today’s leaders. Especially in a globalized world, where cross-cultural and multinational challenges are becoming more and more a normal part of the leader’s job. Successful leaders create people alignment…

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