Jotting down thoughts on benefits realisation

Hoping to convert these random thoughts into something that resembles a blog post soon 🙂

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Want successful change? Define failure!

'No one is using the system' 'This is not working' 'Everyone is facing issues' 'This is not working' 'We need to go back to the drawing board' I am sure all of you have heard these statements before - typically after the euphoria of a new technology, solution, process settles down and it all starts … Continue reading Want successful change? Define failure!

NBA 3 point revolution and Change Management …

Before you can make sense of this article, you need to read the inspiration for this article - https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-first-shots-of-the-nbas-3-point-revolution-1523542076 The WSJ explores the reasons behind the recent emergence of move to a 3 point attempts and the reasons why the phenomenon did not happen earlier. That is where my change management angle comes into it. … Continue reading NBA 3 point revolution and Change Management …

Executive sponsorship vs grass-root leadership …

Which one you think matters most in context of change initiatives? This is where I am - Executive sponsorship is hygiene! it is essential but not sufficient.. Without grass-root leadership, you can not execute successful change.. I am aware that I am questioning many established beliefs in change/ project management models but I am convinced that grass-root … Continue reading Executive sponsorship vs grass-root leadership …

Football, Cricket and Change – Why Narrative matters!

            I cannot seem to get over one particular article I read recently- 'The Virat Kohli Paradox. It has nothing to do with business or change or technology but somehow it stayed with me. The article essentially looks at why Virat Kohli (the current Indian cricket team captain) does not appeal … Continue reading Football, Cricket and Change – Why Narrative matters!