• How to Approach Year-End Goal Setting

    As a leader, how should you approach annual goal setting? A clear process and sound principles will make strong goal setting easier on everyone.
  • Testing Your Employees’ Digital Experience

    Smart teams think about people during their digital transformation. To get the most from your tech pilot, put change management in the cockpit.
  • The Evolution of Change Management Service Models

    Many Fortune 500 companies are moving away from individual project decisions and toward a new model.
  • M&A: The Opportunity to Onboard

    Don't overlook a strategic ally for an M&A transition: the L&D team. Here are 5 things you can accomplish with onboarding for a newly merged organization.
  • Mergers & Acquisitions: The People Side

    Organizations in the throes of M&A need the power of their people, so there is a lot riding on change management. Learn how to address M&A at three levels.
  • Process Design: 3 Myths

    Process design has a lot of benefits, like efficiency, speed, and cost savings. But do you understand the implications? Consider these 3 process design myths before you get started.
  • Building Change Management Capability

    At Emerson, we help organizations build their own internal change management functions. We partner with them to build the skills, methods, and tools they need to drive change from within. Here’s how.
  • How To Leave a Job and Start Over

    People process experiences differently based on whether they are at the beginning, middle, or end of an event. If you recently left or lost your job, use this moment to your advantage. Here's how.
  • Don’t Blow Your Onboarding

    Bad onboarding is like being invited to a party where you don’t know anyone. Don’t blow it – be a good host and nail onboarding for your new hires. Here's how.
  • What Are Change Agents

    Every change effort is difficult. Additional resources can make all the difference in the world. But who are these “additional’ resources? In this post we'll help you strengthen (or create) your change agent network.