Author Archives: Sheri Browning

How Do You Make Your Stars Align?

A recent Harvard Business Review article outlines some critical research from Bain & Company about how companies utilize their top talent. Their …

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Why “Why” Matters

I read a great blog today written by one of my clients, the United States Pharmacopeia, which was a thoughtful exposition on …

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Managing Change in Agile Development Environment

If you’ve been around the IT world very much, you’re familiar with the concept of using an Agile methodology to drive system …

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How to Incorporate Resilience into Your Organization’s DNA

We’re all familiar with the concept of resilience as it applies to our own ability to bounce back from adversities we encounter. …

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Do You Have a Strategy Problem or a People Problem?

In a recent article from Harvard Business Review, Peter Bregman talks about how to solve the biggest strategy problem most organizations face. …

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Are you Ready for the Originals?

Adam Grant is a best-selling author and professor at Wharton who has spent years researching and interviewing what he terms “originals.” In …

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How to Make a Case for Change

Persuasion – it’s such a powerful word and such a critical skill for leaders. Most of us are used to tapping into our …

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My Favorite Change Tools, Part 2: Impact Analysis

My second blog about my favorite change tools is about an impact analysis. In any major change effort, what you want people …

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My Favorite Change Tools, Part 1: The Roadmap

As a busy consultant, I’m often asked about the tools and techniques that I use when consulting with my clients. So, I’m …

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4 Types of Stakeholders and How to Manage Them During Change

Broadly speaking, I’ve often found that the most complex, global, technical projects I’ve worked on tend to have an overwhelming number of …

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