We are glad to be given an opportunity to tell our side of the story regarding ORCHANGO's involvement with the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). This past March, former TCHC CEO's Kathy Milsom launched a legal action against TCHC. In…
We are aware of the findings of the Bennett Jones review of the procurement process surrounding the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) Request for Proposal for change management consulting services. We remain proud of our work for TCHC and what…
Edmond Mellina, ORCHANGO’s President & co-founder, talks about our recent work at Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC).
Model & case study to help build organizational change capacity… Edmond Mellina wrote this paper for Effective Executive, one of the flagship journals of IUP Publications (India). The theme of that particular issue was: “Powering on Potential”.
Paper overview: An organization cannot grow if it remains unwilling to change. The capacity to absorb change is the fuel that propels an organization forward and puts it on the path of progress. And this organizational capacity can be built by adopting the 4-stage model presented in this paper. Besides giving an overview of the said model, the paper also draws on a client case to explain how change management capabilities can be increased in the real world and how it helps an organization to reach its potential.
Although design thinking traces its roots to the late sixties, the discipline entered the business world a mere decade ago. According to Tim Brown and Roger Martin, two respected thought leaders in the field, the time has come for design thinking to go to the next level.
My take on it: it is all about the need for innovators to think like change leaders – whether they are working on super complex or relatively simple innovations.
Article first written for the blog of HR People & Strategy (USA). Also appeared on the blog of the Strategic Capability Network (Canada).