Fortunately, there is increasing attention and appreciation in organizations for (far-reaching) cooperation and participation in change processes. In my previous blog I already pointed out that if you involve those involved in the thinking process behind a change approach, this not only benefits the approach, but also increases support and the willingness to change. However, that does not immediately mean that everyone in an organization must have a say in everything in the change process! Certainly not. It should be clear who, when, what contributes, depending on the phase of the change. When investing roles, ask yourself what capabilities and commitment you need where to make the intended change a success.
Corona Crisis: Be Clear about Tasks and Responsibilities in Planned Change
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Asset Management in Public Transport: The Data Maturity Journey from Planned to Predictive MaintenanceIntroduction In a rapidly modernizing world, many organisations aim to transform their traditional infrastructure organisation into a dynamic, data-driven one. They are propelled by an ambition to progress from planned to predictive maintenance, maximize their budgets and financial efficiency, and take advantage of new technologies. Information systems, based on data, make better and faster decisions […]Read more
04 . 03 . 21
Managed Services Pods Are A Slam DunkRead more
Looking for a better way to build teams, embed expertise and unlock rapid value in Managed Services?
Cordence partner North Highland shares how Managed Services Pods are a Slam Dunk.
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Sales & Operations PlanningRead more
Cordence partner Bonfiglioli Consulting shares a case history using their Sales & Operations Planning and the important results achieved.
18 . 02 . 21
How do you adapt your organization to the post-corona work environment?Read more
How do you adapt your organization to the post-COVID work environment?
COVID has changed the function of the office building and the way we work forever. Cordence partner Twynstra Gudde shares their blog on how to get start.
Learn how below.
16 . 02 . 21
The CEO: Chief Engagement OfficerRead more
Executive Leadership is about engagement, would you agree?
Cordence partner Valcon shares at least four places where it is the CEO’s job to create engagement.
THE CEO: CHIEF ENGAGEMENT OFFICER
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05 . 02 . 21
Next Normal (I): Priorities to build competitive advantagesRead more
Do you have the priorities to build competitive advantages?
Cordence partner Alfa Consulting shares a series of posts about their vision and competences about this topic.
28 . 01 . 21
Complexity Can Destroy Your BusinessRead more
COMPLEXITY CAN DESTROY YOUR BUSINESS
Managing organisational complexity should be a prioritised task on your agenda – because your organisation will over time mutate towards more and more complexity – if not managed. And the task is on you.
You can’t live with it – you can’t live without it.
Cordence partner Valcon shares HOW below.
19 . 01 . 21
Energizing secondary sales for a leading aftermarket brand in CVsRead more
Do you have a client experiencing declining sales or struggling to cope with the evolving technological landscape?
Cordence partner Avalon Consulting, helped a client to transform its sales through data & analytics and influencer engagement. Their recommendations helped the client not only in reviving sales, but also in institutionalizing a sustainable model of growth.
Read their complete revival journey below