When discussing change management, most change professionals focus on the “soft” factors that influence the success of a change program. These include elements like vision, leadership, culture, employee motivation, top-down vs. participatory approach, etc. But, what about the “hard” factors?
Author Archives: Dave Tang
Prior to Flevy, David worked as a management consultant for 8 years. Domestic and international (EMEA and APAC) project experience. Has worked with clients across industries of Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications, Consumer Products, High-Tech, and Life Sciences.
Latest posts by Dave Tang
- The Hard Side of Change: Implementing DICE Framework - 18 October 2017
- How Do You Figure Out Your True Core Competencies? - 20 July 2017
- A Holistic Look at Product Adoption - 11 July 2017
In this article we define ‘Core Competencies’ and explain them in an infographic. Also we answer the question: How do we develop Core Competencies?
Big or small, organizations across all industries are undergoing transformation thanks to emerging Digital technologies across applications in Social Media, Mobile, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, Analytics, Cloud Computing, and much more. This is the essence of Digital Transformation. Let’s examine the 4 growth levers in more detail.