• Your Change Program Can Bring Home the Gold

    We don’t think an organizational change project can touch the level of enjoyment we get from a vacation or watching the Olympics. But could we at least try?
  • Why People Are Quitting Their Jobs

    Many people are quitting their jobs. Why? We can sum it up with one word: control. So what’s a company to do?
  • Starbucks & Supply Chain Strategy

    It’s not just Starbucks. From computer chips to ketchup packets, business bounce-back has been stalled by supply chain issues. Our advice? Assess where you are today vs. where you need to be.
  • Four Ways to Get the Traction Your Org Change Needs

    You need action, but employees aren’t listening. Here’s how to cut through the noise and get the results you need.
  • Organizations: Get Your Teams On the Habit Wheel

    How do you push through the bad inertia and get your team humming again? With three time-tested tricks: trigger, action, and reinforcement.
  • A Home on the Innovations Curve

    You might say companies are doing some fast math to predict the best way to respond to recent events, or that they’re searching the corporate conscience. We think they’re firming up their place on the Diffusion of Innovations Curve.
  • Build Your Team’s Resilience

    How do you get top performance from your teams while supporting them through these crazy times? Brain science has the answer. Emerson CEO Trish Emerson explains how leaders can use hacks to build people’s strength and resilience.
  • President Biden Gets an A in FCS

    When Emerson helps organizations manage change, we make it feel Familiar, Controlled, and Successful (FCS). Here’s how President Biden used FCS in his COVID-19 speech.
  • Three Ways to Use Agile Principles in Your Learning Program

    Agile, as you might get from its name, is all about speed and flexibility. Here are a few ways to use Agile principles in learning programs.
  • Six Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Change Consultant

    Some firms dazzle you with strategy and slick slides then head for the door. Don't let them leave you hanging -- ask these questions before you hire a change consultant.