Right Lane Review — The Collective Pivot
COVID-19 has dominated our news feeds, our conversations and our headspace. What is unique is that we are experiencing this collectively. How we experience it will differ but this pandemic affects all of us.
It’s important to remind ourselves that regardless of how we got there – we pivoted. We brought our office furniture home, found nooks and cupboards to turn into offices, negotiated table space, bemoaned internet speeds and re-negotiated our calendars. The step you take after you pivot is the first of many towards adapting. In this edition of the Right Lane Review we outline processes, tools and practices that will support you to move towards adapting.
A graphic representation of the demographic change from 2000 to 2020 in Australia.
Stuart Wilkinson – May 2013
This article provides insights into some of the human aspects of change management. Drawing from the literature on dispute resolution and mediation, organisations will be better prepared for change if their leaders engage in ‘deep listening’ to understand the motivations and behaviours of their employees.
Zoe Pappas – May 2013
Zoe Pappas discusses the need to include stakeholders in strategic projects and change initiatives. She stresses the importance of defining the ‘who, what, when, why and how’ of stakeholder involvement and outlines Right Lane’s approach to stakeholder engagement from the very beginning in strategic projects.