With the literal flick of the calendar between one year and the next, a moment of clarity and personal insight appears to occur on a mass scale.
'Change' has become overused in business rhetoric.
The latest ‘change program’ is often greeted with cynicism from line managers and employees alike. As this HBR article attests, as a business community, success rates for implementing change have shifted little from the 30% mark published by John Kotter almost 10 years ago.
Most of the posts on this blog focus on the benefits for the corporation of investing in culture. Time to think about us personally!
I have found many personal benefits for the individual HR professionals, business leaders and consultants who become involved in leading, supporting or managing culture. It"s always good when something is good for the business and good for you personally too, right? It"s more motivating!