Business Resources & Education
by Mark Samuel In a recent meeting of global company executives, I was asked about the difference between traditional change management and a B STATE approach for getting breakthrough results.
Challenge For two and a half years, the IT group of a global manufacturer with over 90 sites on four continents, attempted to implement a new business model without success.
Challenge A new urban hospital was an exciting contribution to the community. The facility was new, they had the latest equipment and top medical staff. Nevertheless, in the first couple
Challenge For decades, a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant had been running under a smart, traditional leader that always promoted their environment as unique. The employees took pride in handling things individually
Challenge A very successful shipping company was in the process of upgrading its aging equipment with the latest technologies. Their inspirational CEO foresaw three challenges that needed to be addressed:
Challenge The Development Services Division of a small city had recently changed managers. The new manager was surprised by the lack of collaboration between department leaders at all levels causing
No one wants to be micromanaged, or be a micromanager—but managers are held accountable for completion of work, and if the work isn’t being done, micromanaging becomes the default management
by Mark Samuel When your team just isn’t stepping up to produce the results you desperately need, months can be wasted in assessment to determine the cause and how to