Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. ~ George Bernard Shaw

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Welcome! Thanks for joining me in a place that merges both personal and professional insight, experience and moments that I choose to share. If you have come this far, you are committed and passionate about creating success. With the right tools in place you are ready to make change. I invite you to get to know me a bit better. I am that person who can help define your path and help you execute the change of course to ensure active results and professional growth. If you read something that sparks dialogue, please do drop me a line, via email or call.

Is change ever over? Do we need middle management?

Is change ever over? Do we need middle management?

posted by Dave Dame date-icon July 02, 2015

Is there a way to help organizations move from a Change Transformations mindset to a Continuous Change mind set? Traditionally, organizations implement large scale change events within their organization by spontaneously have an epiphany and transform every few years. The frequency of these transformations has rapidly increased from once every 10 years in the 1980s to once every two years in the present. Today, companies must sustain a continual change pace if they want to succeed in today’s ever-evolving environment. To achieve this, the…

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Are your HR Practices Lean Enough? - Scale Engagement Agility

Are your HR Practices Lean Enough? - Scale Engagement Agility

posted by Dave Dame date-icon May 06, 2015

In today's rapidly changing world of disruptive innovation organizations need to be nimble enough to support this. We are asking our workforce to do this by becoming 'agile'. We want the agility to quickly pivot and seize new opportunities. We want to deliver to market sooner. We want our employees to innovate and deliver highly complex work more rapidly. Today's organizations are moving away from large transformational events and moving toward doing continuous change. These organizations are flat. How do we create a culture that inspire employee…

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Scaling Engagement Agility

Scaling Engagement Agility

posted by Dave Dame date-icon April 15, 2015

“To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace.” - Doug Conant, CEO of Campbell’s Soup To create Organizational Agility you need to find the harmony between People, Process, and Tools. Agile speaks of putting people first, however from my experience, people are the poor step child to process and tools. People should be the driver, not the passenger. Creating Organizational Agility means scaling the employee engagement to have and maintain the culture of a start-up. My experience in scaling agile across large organizations…

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