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Part 1: The Challenge with Organizational Change

Change is hard. It’s also inevitable. We’re here to help you do it wisely.

In this thought paper, Former Partner Jakob Wolf-Barnett paints a familiar picture of ineffectual organizational change. He then identifies “3 laws of organizational gravity” and how your awareness of them can help you lead sustainable, effectual change.
Illustration of three people in an office -- Inclusive Change Management - Part 1: The Challenge with Organizational Change

Discover why:

  1. While employees may not trust you, research shows us that the majority want to.
  2. Middle managers are the key to making change stick.
  3. Whether the catalyst for change comes from internal pressure or external stressors will impact how you manage the change.

How an organization navigates change has huge implications for trust. And trust is the DNA of a healthy, inclusive, and successful organization. By becoming aware of the 3 laws of organizational gravity, you can become a better change leader.

Inclusive Change Management - Part 1: The Challenge with Organizational Change

Part 1: The Challenge with Organizational Change

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About the Author

Jakob Wolf-Barnett

Former Partner

Jakob Wolf-Barnett has designed and led organizational change projects in education, retail, non-profit, and professional services organizations, focused on technology, process and culture initiatives.

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