Masters of Change: Chris Argyris

Chris Argyris (born July 16, 1923 in Newark, New Jersey, USA) is an American business theorist and Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School. He is commonly known for seminal work in the area of “Learning Organizations”. Action Science, one of Argyris’ collaborative works with Robert Putnam and Diana McLain Smith, developed together with Donald Schön … More Masters of Change: Chris Argyris

Exaggeration

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More Exaggeration

Estimate-Discuss-Estimate

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More Estimate-Discuss-Estimate

Book of the Week: Our Iceberg Is Melting

“Our iceberg is melting”, by John P. Kotter. Published 2005 by Spencer Johnson. Synopsis The fable, “Our Iceberg Is Melting” is about an emperor penguin colony in Antarctica. One day, a curious bird (Fred) discovers a potentially devastating problem threatening their home (iceberg), but no one listens to him. The characters in the story (see … More Book of the Week: Our Iceberg Is Melting

Masters of Change: Dr. Katherine Benziger

Two decades of teaching and research in psychology working to assist persons to understand, value and use their own and others’ God-given gifts. Teaching personality assessment, neuro-psychology and neuro-psychology to career counselors and human resource professionals. Researching and developing state of the art tools for identifying an individual’s potential giftedness as well as his or … More Masters of Change: Dr. Katherine Benziger

Drawing

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More Drawing

DO IT

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More DO IT

Masters of Change: Albert Mehrabian

Professor Albert Mehrabian’s Communications Model Professor Albert Mehrabian has pioneered the understanding of communications since the 1960s. He received his PhD from Clark University and in l964 commenced an extended career of teaching and research at the University of California, Los Angeles. He currently devotes his time to research, writing, and consulting as Professor Emeritus … More Masters of Change: Albert Mehrabian

Dimensional Analysis

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More Dimensional Analysis

Dialectical Approaches

More than any other situation Change is about cooperation and collaboration. No matter if your company is in serious trouble or just wants to find a new way to line itself up – it always needs people to initiate, moderate, steer, coordinate and live that Change. So what? The problem is that often people simply don´t know how to cooperate. Of course people cooperate on a daily … More Dialectical Approaches