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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Organizational Change

How to Keep Employees Happy After a Mass Layoff

In a perfect world, companies would never have to downsize or reconfigure their operations. But in order to remain competitive and continue growing, restructurings or any type of organizational change are often inevitable — even for industry juggernauts.

4 Examples of Companies That Nailed Organizational Change

The famed playwright and author George Bernard Shaw once said, “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” Although Shaw perfectly expresses how important change is, his quote doesn’t acknowledge how hard it is to carry out. 

Proven Tips for Business Leaders to Embrace Organizational Change

Every business leader says they’re open to change. But a study by Gallup found that 70% of organizational change initiatives fail.

How to Leverage Employee Feedback During Organizational Change

From time to time, organizations need to evolve — sometimes drastically — if they wish to stay in business for the foreseeable future.

8 Strategies for Change Management That Actually Work

To remain competitive in the market, it’s crucial for companies to evolve and adapt to the changing climate. But organizational change in a company can be incredibly disruptive — affecting employees, top-tier executives, and the company success as a whole — if you don’t have strong change management. In fact, most efforts toward organizational change fail. Not many, but most.

How to Survive Losing Your CEO to Corporate Scandal

You’ve read the newspapers. So you know that companies losing their top leaders over a scandal seems to be a trend in the recent years. Anecdotally, it seems that these companies only take a downward path from there — letting the scandal overtake them, losing focus, finding the wrong new leadership, and ultimately failing. You can probably even rattle off a few names of companies who have suffered this fate: There was Adelphia Communications Corporation, who vanished into the Time Warner fold after its founders were sentenced to prison for corruption; the successful brokerage Refco filed for bankruptcy after its CEO was found to have bought bad debts from the company and was charged in court; and do we even have to mention Enron?