Organizational Change Management Drives Adoption of the New Revenue Recognition Standard

Posted on November 9, 2020 in Around the Web ,Change Management ,Q360 by

How Can Integrators Engage, Enable and Execute Change? Integrators are learning that the new Revenue Recognition standard can have company-wide impacts that affect core business functions and their associated systems and data. Because so many parts of a business are tied to revenue, the new standard is pervasive – touching everything from executive and sales compensation to how products are sold, and how work is done. Systems and processes need to change to accommodate the compliance process, and people need to be trained on the […]

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Strategic Planning Pitfalls to Avoid

Posted on November 2, 2020 in Achieve Business Growth ,Blog ,Solutions360 by

Tis the season! No, not the holiday season, although that will soon be here! For business owners and leaders, it’s time to reflect on the past year, examine the competitive landscape, explore possible initiatives and set goals. A good strategic planning process will help you: Align company goals with your company mission and vision, Define steps to achieve these goals, Assign responsibility and timelines, Track progress toward this year’s goals but also take steps to achieve your three to five-year goals. Strategic Planning can be a powerful […]

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Best Practices for Managing Change Orders

Posted on October 26, 2020 in Improve Financial Management ,Increase Project Profitability ,Industry Discussion ,Solutions360 by

Managing change orders is important, starting day one of every project. Imagine you have accounting records, and you know how much money you started with at the beginning of a project, and you know how much money you ended up with, but you have no way of knowing how you got from point A to point B. Realistically, change orders are the progression and the path of your project. Having change orders in place instills process through the approval and creation of change orders. It […]

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Two Mistakes Leaders Make When Communicating Change

Posted on October 19, 2020 in Around the Web ,Blog by

Communicating change? Then change how you communicate! You’d think we’d have figured it out by now. Given all of the change initiatives in all of the companies throughout all of the years, you’d think we’d have figured out how to effectively communicate organizational change. But no. Leaders repeatedly make the same mistakes when communicating change. As a result, they not only fail to engage their people but often disengage them. Here are two of the most common mistakes and how to avoid them.     […]

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Aligning Behavior with Values and Ethics

Posted on October 13, 2020 in Change Management ,Industry Discussion ,Q360 by

Basic behavior is either the willful alignment to established standards, or the willful disobedience of those standards. In last week’s blog, we discussed the importance of distinguishing competence from behavior to maximize performance improvement. Today, we continue this conversation. Behavior manifests itself from the motivation behind how an employee does what he does once he’s part of a process — it’s his attitude and corresponding actions. Ignorance has to do with competence, not behavior. Entitlement, laziness, and ambivalence manifest themselves as behavior. The goal is […]

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Distinguish Competence from Behavior to Maximize Performance Improvement

Posted on October 5, 2020 in Blog ,Business Process Improvement by

When managing people, competence and behavior are often indistinguishable — and that’s a problem for integrators that want to maximize performance. Many managers automatically link competence and behavior together. As a result, when an employee is doing something incorrectly, managers fail to ask, “Is it because they’re not trained well, or is it because they’re choosing to behave that way?” The difference is important if a company is to get the most out of its employees. (Important note: When I use the word “incompetent” herein, […]

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ClearTalk Ep 01: Ruthless Consistency with Michael Canic

Posted on September 28, 2020 in Change Management ,Q360 by

When all is said and done, a lot more gets said than done. What is the antidote to this? Ruthless Consistency! Welcome to the inaugural episode of ClearTalk, the new Solutions360 Podcast. On this episode of ClearTalk, our CEO, Brad Dempsey, is joined by Michael Canic, to discuss the launch of his new book, Ruthless Consistency: How Committed Leaders Execute Strategy, Implement Change, and Build Organizations That Win. The underlying premise of Ruthless Consistency is that leaders, despite good intentions, are not as committed as […]

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