Daryl Conner

November 24, 2009

Getting Help for a Project in Crisis (Part 5 of 5)

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The more an initiative’s makeup reflects being “in crisis,” the greater the likelihood of failure, the lower the quality of results and the longer it takes to reach intended outcomes. To compensate for these risks, sponsors who succeed with change typically ensure that more attention/resources (mindshare, knowledge, skill, money, people, courage, and discipline) are allotted to these endeavors.

Fortunately, there is a clear pattern for leaders who consistently achieve their change goals.

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November 19, 2009

The Change Practitioner’s Role in Encouraging the Right Kind of Due Diligence (Part 4 of 5)

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I hope this blog provides all its readers with a vehicle for sharing not only ideas but tools and techniques as well. At Conner Partners, we use an assessment tool to help us evaluate the overall challenge an organization is likely to encounter when implementing a particular initiative. It focuses on the three dimensions I have been writing about:

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