change and communication management

Are you afraid of change? A moderate fear of change is useful: as change does not happen in a vacuum.

Beside thinking, organizing, planning, executing change- you have to keep constantly motivated all those involved, moving beyond the mere, traditional "stakeholder management".

Communication is an integral part of change management: therefore, PR stands for both "panta rei" (everything evolves) and communication.

I covered in the past from redesigning organizational structures and processes, to releasing new systems or auditing existing ones, to supporting start-ups and existing companies on business and marketing planning, recruitment, on-the-job coaching.

On coaching: if you are interested in hiring a coach without any specific initiative, project, business development to deliver, then I can advise you to search on Linkedin, as both I and my direct contacts are result-oriented: coaching during a crisis yes, coaching to introduce a new system or process or organizational or cultural change, yes; coaching on self-development, no.

Furthermore, I differentiate between "experience" and "review": the former being articles or essays based on experience- and observation-based analysis, the latter commentary on material published elsewhere, with links to the original source (or an online bookstore, if not even an abstract of the material is accessible for free online).

Source of the "experience" side? Since February 1990, working in various European countries on the integration of process re-engineering, IT, and communication within organizational&technological change, with management, negotiation, and auditing of both activities and suppliers, in English, French, Italian (and occasionally other languages).

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