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4 Things That I Learned About Change From The Orange Revolution

Digital Tonto

After 80 years of communism and then 10 more under kleptocratic rule, few thought change was possible. The Orange Revolution in 2004 changed that. When leaders set out to pursue change we must do it in ways that allow others to adopt in ways that reinforce, rather than undermine, their identity. Change Isn’t About Persuasion.

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We All Need To Learn The Change Lifecycle

Digital Tonto

When a transformational initiative fails, it's often said that it was because people don’t like change. Everywhere I go in the world, no matter what type of group I’m speaking to, people are enthusiastic about some kind of change. It’s other people’s ideas for change that they aren’t so crazy about. That’s not really true.

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How “True Believers” Can Undermine Change

Digital Tonto

Change leaders feel so passionately about their idea they want to push it through and silence dissent. Meaningful change can’t be mandated or forced, it can only be empowered. One of the most difficult things about leading change is that we need to let people embrace it for their own reasons and in their own way.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

We are in a period of (great) change. Within business, the present crisis offers a chance to make significant changes to how we operate in the future. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.

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Navigating the VUCA World With Innovation Coaching

Speaker: Janet Sernack, Founder and CEO of ImagineNation

The current rate of unprecedented change and disruption to "business as usual" is causing a wide range of reactive responses within our organizations as well as by some leaders, many of whom are struggling to operate sensibly and proactively in a VUCA world. November 26, 2019 2:30 PM PST, 5:30 PM EST, 10:30 PM GMT.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

We are in a period of (great) change. Within business, the present crisis offers a chance to make significant changes to how we operate in the future. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.

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Learning to collaborate in a rapidly changing world

Paul Hobcraft

We are in a period of (great) change. Within business, the present crisis offers a chance to make significant changes to how we operate in the future. However, I am not sure many of you feel the same; it seems disruption is in everything we need to undertake in what is coming towards us in change.

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Business Agile: A Roadmap for Transforming Your Management & Adapting to the VUCA Environment

Speaker: Peter Taylor, Speaker/Author, The Lazy Project Manager

Business agile is an approach that gives the right business flexibility and fast decision-making in a volatile environment, providing a great capacity for innovation, adaptation and change. How to guide your management team and change agents on how to get productively business agile.

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The Big Payoff of Application Analytics

That's what drove the five companies in this eBook to change their approach to analytics. Learn about their unique problems and how, by embedding analytics into their application, they achieved huge returns and greater value than anticipated. You’ll learn: The challenges of missing or outdated analytics.

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5 Early Indicators Your Embedded Analytics Will Fail

Many application teams leave embedded analytics to languish until something—an unhappy customer, plummeting revenue, a spike in customer churn—demands change. But by then, it may be too late. In this White Paper, Logi Analytics has identified 5 tell-tale signs your project is moving from “nice to have” to “needed yesterday.".

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4 Approaches to Data Analytics

The world of data analytics is changing fast as organizations look to gain competitive advantages through the application of timely data. You’ll learn: The evolution of business intelligence. How do you differentiate one solution from the next? 4 common approaches to analytics for your application. The pros and cons for each option.

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From Whims to Wins: How a Customer-Centric Portfolio Transforms Product Strategy

Speaker: John Mansour - President, Product Management University

It’s too easy for something else that portends to be more strategic to leapfrog your plan, and there are never any consequences if the person who made the change was wrong. The ripple effect of the stop and restart can be completely demoralizing to your team, especially when it happens routinely.

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Retail Tech: Empower Associates, Optimize CX, and Boost Productivity

Speaker: Andrew Regan, Managing Partner at BlueSeed Retail Ltd.

This talk will also explore how retail tech can not only enhance the entire customer experience, but can ultimately lead to reduced associate burnout, powerful and effective leadership, and stronger, more outcome-driven teams.

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How to Package and Price Embedded Analytics

Just by embedding analytics, application owners can charge 24% more for their product. How much value could you add? This framework explains how application enhancements can extend your product offerings. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

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New Study: 2018 State of Embedded Analytics Report

Why do some embedded analytics projects succeed while others fail? We surveyed 500+ application teams embedding analytics to find out which analytics features actually move the needle. Read the 6th annual State of Embedded Analytics Report to discover new best practices. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.