9 Best Articles on Change Management
The most useful articles on change management from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Change Management Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on change management by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Why Isn’t Agile Working?
- The Essential Components of Digital Transformation
- Change Management As A Soft Skill
- Visualizing a Century of Management Ideas
- Break Down Change Management into Small Steps
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How to Get Your Team on Board with a Major Change
Most change management has shifted from a simplistic, top-down, “create a vision, change the structure, roll out the new program, and get buy-in” approach to more emergent, empowered, and purpose-led…
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Change Management As A Soft Skill
In case you didn't know, change management is an important skill in organizations. After all, change is all around us, and it's never going to stop. Here are some key steps to implement change…
The Essential Components of Digital Transformation
It’s about so much more than your technology.
«What is needed is a shift in mindset, culture, and talent, including upskilling and reskilling your workforce so that they are future-ready»
Visualizing a Century of Management Ideas
How has HBR’s approach to covering management topics over the past century changed? And what can these changes tell us about the evolving nature of the challenges faced by managers? The authors…
Break Down Change Management into Small Steps
Three lessons from Infosys.
«we found that a persistent set of small, orchestrated changes is the best approach to drive large and lasting change at an organization.»
Why Isn’t Agile Working?
Agile project management techniques have the potential to help companies develop software focused on their customers’ needs in less time and with less waste than the old approaches. But as author John Cutler points out in this short, illustrated read from Hackernoon, agile isn’t a magic pill that will fix an organization’s productivity woes on its own. getAbstract recommends this short post as a starting point for those who may be considering an agile implementation but aren’t sure what to expect.
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on change management.
The Truth About Corporate Transformation
Many articles concerning corporate transformation offer perspectives on change with little basis in empirical data. This contribution from the MIT Sloan Management Review features data analyses on more than 300 US companies with dropping total shareholder return (TSR) – an indicator that suggests the need for massive corporate change. Boston Consulting Group’s Martin Reeves, Lars Fæste, Kevin Whitaker and Fabien Hassan discovered several factors that exercised an outsize influence on subsequent improvements in TSR. Leaders hoping to spearhead their own successful corporate transformation should take note.
The Product Manager’s Guide to Change Management
“The only thing that is constant is change.” ― Heraclitus
What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management
Poor execution is only part of the problem.
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