Human Resources

Nudge Theory Change Model
Nudge Theory Change Model

Developed by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, Nudge Theory was made popular in the self-named book that capitalized on their works Nobel prize in economics. The theory focuses on how our brains have built-in cognitive biases that prevent us from... READ MORE

Hiatt’s ADKAR Change Model
Hiatt’s ADKAR Change Model

In 1998, Jeff Hiatt developed a practical change tool focused on the people element of change. The model was intended to be a coaching and mentoring tool to help employees through the change process and determine if activities were having... READ MORE

Kotter’s Change Model
Kotter’s Change Model

Harvard Business School Professor, John Kotter, in 1995 published his lifetime work “Leading Change.” His desire was to create a model that could handle greater complexity than Lewin’s Change model and address change resistance. The Kotter model was designed as... READ MORE

Lewin’s Change Model
Lewin’s Change Model

Kurt Lewin was an early organizational and leadership theorist who highlighted the formula that behavior is a function of the person in the environment. B = f (P, E) Lewin’s work also initiated discussion on the change process which he... READ MORE

Human Resources: Leading Human Capital Organizations
Human Resources: Leading Human Capital Organizations

The Problem: The traditional human capital organization is not positioned to enable the growth of the future organization Why it Happens: To minimize organizational risk, HR has shifted focus to policy enforcement versus business and talent enablement The Solution: HR... READ MORE

Implementing A New Framework for Human Resources
Implementing A New Framework for Human Resources

If your organization has relegated Human Resources to the sideline, there are difficult steps to take to reconcile the relationship. It begins with gaining back credibility by developing a higher level of business and industry acumen. Three tactics would be... READ MORE