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The Personality Side of Being a Change Management Professional

First of all, let’s start with the word “professional.” Well, I tried searching Google and found this one in Business Dictionary: Person formally certified by a professional body of belonging to a specific profession by virtue of having completed a required course of studies and/or practice. And whose competence can usually be measured against an established […]

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SAP and Change Management

As a “seasoned” Change Manager, I have been involved in many diverse projects focusing on managing the business aspect of technology implementations; e.g. ERP (SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics), Core Banking Systems, Business Intelligence, Case Working and Knowledge Management solutions, and the like. To this day, I continue to be asked why is there a need […]

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Measuring Business Readiness & Adoption

What is Business Readiness and Adoption? Would you talk to someone who isn’t paying attention? Would you make a movie if you didn’t know who would watch it? So why do projects often deliver to a Business that isn’t ready to receive or adopt! Business Readiness and Adoption is a measure of preparation. A business that is […]

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Human Resources and Change Management

There are currently many debates on Social Networking sites (specifically on LinkedIn) about the integration of Project Management (PM) and Change Management (CM) and whether the two can actually be successfully carried out by one person. I have a personal view about the integration of PM and CM, which was the subject of a previous […]

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Change Management – Do You Need to Be Certified?

I suppose it depends on which definition you want to use … to be certified as “insane” or “endorsed authoritatively as having met certain requirements?” If it is the former, having been a Change Manager for many years, I sometimes think you have to be certified as “insane” given everything thing you have to deal […]

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Change Management Methodologies

Hot on the heels of my previous posts Change Management vs. Project Management and Change Management – Do You Need to be Certified? which have attracted many views, likes, comments and shares (thanks for all of these), the other raging and ongoing debate here on LinkedIn is about Change Management Methodologies. One such debate called Change Methodology has been ongoing since […]

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Project Management vs. Change Management

I will probably incur the wrath of many a Project Manager with this post, but, hey, I have had that happen to me many times when working with them on various change initiatives. Anyway here we go … It never ceases to amaze me how the words Project Management and Change Management can be used in the […]

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The Organizational Skill: COMPATHY (Part 6)

Note from the Editor:  This is the final piece in a series of  6 articles written by the author, Vardar Çobanoğlu.  The full series is a compelling piece on Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Corporate Management.  You can read the other parts and find the author’s other articles here. * * * * A New Model for Achieving the Overall Performance and Labor […]

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The Organizational Skill: COMPATHY (Part 5)

Note from the Editor:  This is the fifth of  series of  6 articles written by the author, Vardar Çobanoğlu.  The full series is a compelling piece on Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Corporate Management.  You can read the other parts and find the author’s other articles here. * * * * Psychological and Organizational Problems… Forever? The famous Greek sophist Protagoras (485-410 BC) […]

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The Organizational Skill: COMPATHY (Part 3)

Note from the Editor:  This is the third of  series of  6 articles written by the author, Vardar Çobanoğlu.  The full series is a compelling piece on Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Corporate Management.  You can read part 1 and part 2 here.  You can find the author’s other articles here. * * * * A Case of “Defending Champion vs the […]

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The Organizational Skill: COMPATHY (Part 2: Analysis of the Case)

Note from the Editor:  This is the second of  series of  6 articles written by the author, Vardar Çobanoğlu.  The full series is a compelling piece on Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Corporate Management.  You can read part 1 here.  You can find the author’s other articles here. * * * * “So much for the case. Let me start […]

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The Organizational Skill: COMPATHY

Note from the Editor:  This is the first of  series of  6 articles written by the author, Vardar Çobanoğlu.  The full series is a compelling piece on Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Corporate Management.  You can find the author’s other articles here. * * * * F.J. Roethlisberger addressed his audience at his Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture for the […]

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