Author: Jim Turko

What Changes Will Stick?

I recently had the opportunity to lead a Change Management discussion with a local graduate school class.  During the Question and Answer portion, the discussion naturally turned to the changes that we are experiencing during the COVID-19 timeframe. The one question that stood out to…

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Thinking about Change Globally, Acting on Change Locally

I recently attended the 2019 ACMP Global Conference in Orlando with a new perspective this year. Having recently been appointed as Treasurer to the ACMP NorCal Chapter Board, my mission was twofold: to absorb the latest global thinking about change management, then to bring those…

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Change Networks

A network, by definition, is a group or system of interconnected people or things. In a Change Management setting, we often times create a people-based network to introduce business change to the organization.  Change Networks provide many benefits, one of which is to increase adoption…

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Organizational Change Management for a New Generation

For the past 12 years, I’ve been consulting and training in the growing field of Organizational Change Management (OCM). Recently I was asked to guest lecture for the McGeorge Law School, Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Public Policy (MPP) programs.  While I…

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Lessons Learned from Daniel Pink

Over 900 Change Management professionals gathered in Las Vegas for the annual ACMP Conference last week.  This year’s theme was Driving Business Results Through Effective Change Management. The conference keynote speaker, Daniel Pink, kicked off the session by discussing the rapid change of pace in…

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