Author: Adrienne Guerrero

The Key to Gaining Buy-In For Your Change Initiative

I recently completed a project that had me thinking about the importance of change champions in the success of change…

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Have Management Styles Really Evolved Since 1957?

A few weeks ago, I started teaching my first undergraduate course, Organizational Development, and the learning content includes looking back…

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So, You Think You Know Your Team?

Meet Bill, VP of Operations at a regional manufacturer. Bill spends a lot of time observing the behaviors and interactions…

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Embrace the Delta

People Data Completes Change Management Training Programs 

Off-the-shelf change management training is great.  I hold a certification from one of the big ones and have experience with…

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“But, we’ve always done it this way!” 

Recently I read a quote that really resonated with me. The quote by Jack Canfield stated, “If you want something…

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The Many Facets of “Return to Office” Decisions

Recently I’ve noticed a heated debate going on in my newsfeed.  As the pandemic transformed the way we live and…

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Change Management and Talent Optimization – The New Recipe for Successful Transformation Projects 

Change is hard. Whether personally or professionally, change is fraught with uncertainty and can lead to frustration and fear of…

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Know Who Your Players Are

As we draw near to the Big Game this month, I’ve been thinking a lot about how similar professional football…

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Hire the Right People to Execute Your Strategy

We are excited to share our conversation with Dan Adams, an experienced Learning & Development Leader who is passionate about…

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Leading Transformational Change

“Everyone has a plan until they get hit in the mouth.” ~Mike Tyson  A recurring theme in our community is…

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