Monthly Archives: November 2014

Switch: Direct the Rider

Now that we have prepared to understand the necessary context for driving organizational shifts which depend upon shifting human behavior and looked at the reasons we might be interested in making organizational changes, it’s time to examine the mechanics of … Continue reading

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Before the Switch: Who Are We?

As a follow-up to my previous piece on the various motivations for change in an organization, let’s reflect on another critical prerequisite for fostering change in an organization.  The authors of Switch rightly identify that it is vitally important to … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Doctrines: Politics and the Synod on the Family

I recently read an interesting article that seeks to examine the politics of the first session of the Synod on the Family and understand the implications of the political aspects of the synod.  The author proposes that the Pope is … Continue reading

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