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Awards for The Most Common Traps in Change Projects

You see these pitfalls in action. They are more common than any of us would like to think. Sometimes more than one …

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Dealing with Resistance

Don’t be disappointed when no one hip-hip-hoorays or throws a party for your new initiative or idea. It doesn’t matter that you’ve done …

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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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5 Lessons in Successful Program Leadership from the Tour de France

I admit that I am a fair weather (okay, indoor) cyclist. Isn’t exercising in air conditioning always better than Texas weather? As …

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3 Ways to Keep Up the Creative Mojo

I love to start a project – the big ideas and the energy of all of the possibilities. It excites my creative …

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Problem Solving: Go Over, Under or Around It

One characteristic that sets apart successful people is how they handle adversity. Problems inevitably arise in life, which means they happen at …

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BUS101: A Padawan Lesson on the Value of a Good Contract

My husband and I have experienced some challenging dealings lately with a young, local businessman who is developing a shopping center behind our …

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Talent Management: Bathrooms and Business Initiatives

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As a certified project management professional (PMP) and someone who has managed projects my whole career – I have high regard for …

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