Tag Archives: Leadership

Avoiding Change Resistance: A Pragmatic View

Responses to change vary widely. Some accept, some champion, some resist, some become stressed, and some close down. Yet nearly all major organisational change requires behavioural adaption from staff. So, experienced leaders know that proactive planning is required if they want an enthusiastic response from staff. This article will outline some practical approaches to the […]

Is a corporate restructure the answer to your business woes?

Is a corporate restructure the answer to your business woes? As a new CEO, a corporate restructure might seem like a wise first move. But what problem are you are trying to solve, and is a restructure the answer? By Roger Perry If you’ve just been appointed as CEO, or you’re a current CEO and performance […]

The Minimum Viable Product: love and fear

The Minimum Viable Product: love and fear CEOs love the way Minimum Viable Product initiatives can speed up product development cycles, yet they fear the consequences of an ill-disciplined approach. By Roger Perry It was a misty Tuesday morning at an executive retreat for a company in the early stages of a tailspin. The mist was […]