How to Design a Change Management Strategy to Accelerate Performance and Increase Productivity
The change in the economy has put businesses and business leaders under pressure to improve and restructure their business strategy. A recent survey by the Conference Board showed executives’ major concern was about “speed, flexibility, and adaptability to change.” Unfortunately, many have tried to address these issues but have gone about it in the wrong way. Management by fear does not improve productivity. It has the opposite effect. It angers, alienates, and disenfranchises the workforce. Fear and uncertainty revert people to the lowest level on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs—safety, security, and self-protection.
Productivity Stimulus Package
What businesses need today is a transformational style of leadership along with an effective strategy that will eliminate what Dr. Rosabeth Moss Kanter calls, “organizational pathologies.”
During this conference, I am going to outline a leadership transformation strategy that will show you how to enhance productivity, cut costs, and position your business or organization for increased efficiency. Additionally, I will provide you specific techniques to reduce bureaucracy, improve teamwork, and suggest innovative ways to drive the transformation from the bottom-up.
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