Making Transformations to the Future
By Rob Wherrett
A series of podcasts on various aspects of executing transformation. From problem analysis through to developing creativity in the design of solutions, planning and governance.
The content is based on decades of experience in helping organisations of all sizes to effect transformations and get them right.
Making Transformations to the FutureNov 09, 2022
From a Steam Punk Superhero : How to be your authentic self as a leader, an interview with RJ Redden
RJ Redden is from Omaha in Nebraska and here she talks about discovering her authentic self and how that opens up to accepting challenge in the workplace. Her explanations contain useful ideas for business leaders who want to get change right first time and you wont want to miss how chatbots can get into the psychology of their target audience.
Investigating Problems in Business - with Dan Goodwin
My guest on this episode is Dan Goodwin, Founder of CYA Consulting in Kansas. He's a trained forensic investigator who brings his skills to bear on getting to the bottom of complex problems in the workplace. He gives some great insights into how and why we should recognise cognitive dissonance that may lead to solving the *wrong* problems. Listen out for some great hints about how to get things right when facing problems and working out what to do.
Business Transformation for SMEs
This episode looks at the things that are important for the SME leader to consider when thinking about starting a business transformation. Where can they get help and what ought they to do?
Some Quotes on Business Transformation
Taking a sideways look at some of the things that are being said about business transformation, with a view to debunking some of the hype and nonsense. Listeners will get a critical insight into what it all means.
Planning for a post-COVID world
What organisations could and should be doing to get ready for what will inevitably be a very different environment once the coronavirus pandemic has subsided.
This episode looks at the sorts of challenges and pitfalls that face every transformation and relates those to the very peculiar circumstances that have affected the whole world with the spread of COVID-19.
How are you going to face up to forced changes in behaviour that will mean a return to the status quo simply isn't going to happen?