Jul 10, 2016
Constant change does not mean bombarding employees with one change initiative after another. Even several changes at the same time can reduce an organization’s capacity for change, reinforce the status quo and lead to less real change. So how does an organization adapt and move through change without major disruptions to its operations? Clearly, it requires a fundamental shift in the way change is approached. How do leaders move away from an approach that manages each organizational change as an isolated activity?
Guest 1: Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Title: Arbuckle Professor at the Harvard Business School and Chair & Director of the Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative, Harvard Business School
Guest 2: Georgette Kiser
Title: Chief Information Officer, The Carlyle Group
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