Human Resources

Organizational Creativity: Company Sustainability
Organizational Creativity: Company Sustainability

Product Paradox Bill Gates mythology speaks of his dream in the 1980s where every house had a personal computer. What seemed unfathomable became a reality. Bringing to life the new model for company sustainability in the digital age. There were... READ MORE

Nudge Theory Change Model
Nudge Theory Change Model

Nudge Theory 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... 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. Most noteworthy, the model was intended to be a coaching and mentoring tool. Above all, the tool would help employees through the change process... READ MORE

Kotter’s Change Model
Kotter’s Change Model

Kotter's Change Model Harvard Business School Professor, John Kotter, in 1995 published his lifetime work “Leading Change” which codified the Kotter change model. He created a model that could handle greater complexity than Lewin’s Change model and address change resistance.... READ MORE

Lewin’s Change Model
Lewin’s Change Model

Lewin's Change Model Kurt Lewin's work in behavior and the creation of Lewin's change model made him one of the first organizational and leadership theorists. Lewin's seminal work identified the formula that behavior is a function of the person in... 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