It will happen. But how it happens is up to you. It can overwhelm you or you can approach it first, tackle it, and be the master.
As we go through the next years, we will see businesses change in the way they function, they way employees work, and how they relate to each other. This is an exciting time!
It’s better to grab that by the horn now and wrestle with that monster than let it wrestle you into a pickle, only to find that you can’t change fast enough.
Go for it now while you have the flexibility, resources, and vision to mold it into what works best for you and your company.
Each of these posts point to changes that have one major thing in common: they have the potential to dramatically increase employee engagement.
“…The new CEO is almost like some sort of rebel general, inspiring small guerilla-style teams to dream up new products or experiences. They rally the troops rather than outright command them. They empower their employees to think and work like designers, observing problems or scouting trends, and developing coordinating solutions that don’t get lost to bureaucracy.” (read more…)
“So if job titles actually do more harm than good, then what’s the alternative? Can an organization keep running without discrete titles that tell people what they should be doing and whom they should treat as their boss?” (read more…)
“I think that companies pursuing change, particularly if you are talking about large companies, that bear extremely challenging undertaking, there are very powerful immune systems and antibodies that have been built up in large companies to resist change in very effective ways.” (read more…)
“We live in a world that requires more than freely independent masters of the universe. We need people who manage purpose, autonomy and mastery through and for others. Relatedness is the concept that reminds us that all work is human.” (read more…)