From Jonathan Byrnes at ChangeThis: When I talk to former students, clients, and exec­u­tives, I’ve found that their biggest concern is being effective—going beyond conceiving great new things and actu­ally driving them into prac­tice. I’ve also seen that most people make two big mistakes when they think about change:

  • They fail to realize that managing change requires a really different process from day-to-day manage­ment, not harder but very different.
  • They approach change in a one-size-fits-all way.

Successful change, being effec­tive, involves three things: struc­turing change, managing change and leading change. I call this The Golden Triangle of Change.” · Go to How to be effec­tive: Struc­turing change, managing change, leading change →