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LCOR in Action: Case Studies of Leading Change

Roughly 10,000 executives have attended the ‘Leading Change and Organizational Renewal ‘ (LCOR) program at HBS and Stanford over the past 25 years. Each participant brings a different challenge to solve: “I want to make my company more responsive to

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Bridging Present Capabilities and Future Success with @MichaelTushman Organizational Ambidexterity

Really enjoyed guest lecturing at IESE Business School in Barcelona. View original post

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ASTD Lifetime Achievement Award–Thanks and Thoughts

This week, I received the American Society for Training and Development’s Lifetime Achievement Award. I’m thrilled to accept this award and honored that ASTD would consider me.  As training and development professionals, you play a critical role in the lives of the

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LCOR Webinar

This past week, I participated in an LCOR Alumni Webinar with my colleagues Professor Charles O’Reilly and Andy Binns. Participants raised some excellent questions ranging from how to overcome resistance to the increased importance of crowd sourcing. For those of

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Re-examine and Re-imagine

I recently came across an article by Peter Cohan on, written in August of this year, that suggested that IBM is slipping in its ability to innovate, and could learn something from Novartis and P&G.  While he makes some

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Victors and Spoils

Prof. Mike Tushman Follow@michaeltushman In this weekend’s NYT Magazine, broccoli got a make-over, thanks to Victors and Spoils, a division of Havas Worldwide.  While ad agencies are changing the way Americans eat–for the better–Victors and Spoils is doing the same for

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