Tag Archives: change

The “Murmuration” of Change

I have to admit, I’m always a little surprised at the degree of confidence with which companies enter into change or realignment programs. The statistics clearly show that a huge proportion of change programs fail, either completely or at the … Continue reading


Posted in Work | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Here be dragons, and here be (hopefully) how to slay them

As HR Leaders, our portfolio includes many things but significantly, change management, cultural development and/or guardianship, and leadership development. We are often called out of the safety of managing processes and procedures (let’s be honest, that’s not really what drives … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Growth, Work | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Some Ideas for a new approach to Personal Planning (a.k.a. New Years’ Resolutions)

New Year’s Resolutions are a funny thing. Most of us make them, but almost all of us fail to keep them. And we do so without a definite conscience, really. We pretty much have perfected the art of walking away … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Growth, Work | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

There are no definitive statistics but the Internet and a few folks in the business that I know put the success of change initiatives in the low percentages – like, 15% or so. That means 85% of the not inconsiderable … Continue reading

Posted on by Vaughan Granier | 1 Comment

Corporate Change cannot happen without…

I love change, and variety and adrenalin. My first bungee jump was 216m (650ft) high in Bloukrans Gorge, South Africa. What a rush. My whole life I have had awesome fun doing new stuff and having fun. I have also … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Growth, Work | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment