The fight or flight response has long been understood as a deeply seated human reaction to pressure or stress. Biologically, when it..
In the book ‘Good to Great’, Jim Collins points out that a great organisation insists on the need for constant reinvention. If the..
A 2008 survey by McKinsey of 3,199 organisations around the world found that only one in three change projects succeeded. Having worked in..
About 20 years ago I read the book E-Myth Revisited. It is a guide to success for small business owners. In the beginning of the book, the..
Why do we see so many major conflicts in churches? Why, in churches with sincere, God-loving believers, do we see such resistance to..
“May you live in interesting times” is a Chinese saying often quoted. We recognise that ‘interesting times’ or times of change are..
Every grand project we seek to implement, be it personal change toward our desired future or a change initiative in ministry, has a..
One of the key things I have learnt over the years is that every individual will deal with change differently. Their course of action will..
“It is not the strongest that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” This rule applies to all of us..
One of the key life competencies required of people today is the ability to anticipate and respond effectively to change. By using..