Category: Organizational Development

Five Elements (Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Wind) of Change Management

Organizations, just like living organisms must shred its old skin and reinvent itself from time to time. The forces of rapid change and volatility compel organizations to adapt and change faster. Leaders have to act with agility and steadfastness to stay relevant. Many initiatives like reengineering, rightsizing, restructuring, cultural change, and turnarounds have been introduced […]

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How to make your next team meeting productive and interesting?

If you thought business meetings were always boring, think again! You can make your next meeting more fun and engaging. The first thing to do is change the atmosphere. In a lot of offices, meetings are an extremely formal affair. Deviate from this trend. Consider changing the location to some place, which is more informal. […]

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How to develop Corporate core values?

Your corporate values are the statements that serve as torches that guide management and staff throughout all their actions and interactions – both internal and external. When you develop your corporate values, make sure that the values are not something aspirational, something that an organization wants to become; instead it’s something that reflects the very […]

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