Adapting to Ongoing Change

At the Alliance for Business Innovation, we are focused on helping companies figure out what has changed and how to succeed in the new normal. Here is a list of resources that will help you understand:
The Need and Process of Adapting to Ongoing Change

Papers

The Collaborative Organization: How to Make Employee Networks Real Work”, Rob Cross, Peter Gray, Shirley Cunningham, Mark Showers and Robert J. Thomas (2010)
Working beyond borders: Insights from the global human officer study, J. Randall MacDonald (2010)
How centered leaders achieve extraordinary results, Joanna Barsh, Josephine Mogelof and Caroline Webb, (2010)
When Your Team Reverts to the Old Strategy, Amy Gallo (2010)
Structure? The Flatter the Better, An interview with Cristobal Conde (2010)
Competing Through Organizational Agility, Donald Sull (2009)
How Agile is Your Strategy Process, Yves Doz and Mikko Kosonen
Inside the Kraft Foods Transformation, Strategy & Business.
How Companies are Benefiting from Web 2.0: McKinsey Global Survey Results.
Three Forces that will Transform Management, Gary Hamel
Managing with the Brain in Mind: Neuroscience Research is Revealing the Social Nature of the High-performance Workplace,
The Competitive Imperative of Learning, Amy Edmondson
The Talent Innovation Imperative, DeAnne Aguirre, Laird Post and Sylvia Ann Hewlett,

Blogs

How to foster innovation through diverse work groups, Eric Markowitz (2011)
Ten Questions Every Game Change Must Answer, William C. Taylor (2011)
McKinsey Study: Web 2.0 Adopters More Likely to be Outperformers, Joe McKendrick (2010)
When Your Best Customers Really Aren’t, Michael Schrage (2010)
Dispatches from the front lines of management innovation, Gary Hamel (2010)
Strategy Can Do Better, Umair Hague (2010)
Innovators Go It Alone, Ndubuisi Ekekwe (2010)
How the Mayo Clinic Invests in its Next Century of Innovation, Uri Neren (2010)
Looking for Innovation in the Wrong Places, John Marriotti (2010)
Design Without Designers, Don Norman (2010)
10 Insights: A First Look at the New Intelligent Enterprise Survey , Michael Hopkins, Steve LaValle and Fred Balboni (2010)
Retaining key employees in times of change, Cosack, Guthridge & Lawson (2010)
Will Social Intranets Create more Social Business?, Russell Pearson (2010)
John Hagel on “Invisible Innovation”, Helen Waters, (2010)
Innovation Failure Points: Strangled in the Crib, Jeffrey Phillips (2010)
Imagining the Future of Leadership, Bill George (2010)
Ten Red Flaps for Innovation, Stephan Lindegaard (20100
Twitter User Evolution – Effect on Learning, Productivity, Confidence and Job Satisfaction, Maanataina Maaliskuuta (2010)
From Research Monogram to Story Telling: New Forms of Communication in the Big Shift, John Hagel (2010)
Narrative or story-based approach to employee engagement, Mark Schenk (2010)
Networking Reconsidered, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown (2010)
We have to chage the way we change, Zenna Atkins (2009)
Empathy and Collaboration in Social Business Design, Larry R. Irons
The Paradox of Excellence: Advice for a Down Economy, John I. Todor, Ph.D.
Bass Pro Shops: Customer Experience, Employ Engagement, John I. Todor, Ph.D.
A Fundamental Change in Customer Relationships: Oracle’s Announcement, John I. Todor, Ph.D.
Now’s the Time to Foster Adaptive Leadership, Agatha Gilmore
The New Reality: Constant Disruption, John Hagel, III, John Seeley Brown and Lang Davison
The Case for Insituitional Innovation, John Hagel, III, John Seeley Brown and Lang Davison

Books

Free: The Future of a Radical Price, Chris Anderson (2009)
Fast Strategy: How Strategic Agility will Help You Stay Ahead of the Game, Yves Doz and Mikko Kosonen

Videos

Open Innovation Success Factors, Stefan Lindegaard (2010)
Learning in the Digital Age, John Seely Brown (2009)
Strategy Through Turbulence: an Interview with Don Sull, (2009)

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