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When Managing Change, Focus on Progress, Not Goals – Jason Fox

Mar 3 • ClarkMorgan Insights, Management and Leadership Insights • 9433 Views • 3 Comments on When Managing Change, Focus on Progress, Not Goals – Jason Fox

CHANGE MANAGEMENT REQUIRES FAILURE. But every single failure that an employee has is an opportunity to learn, and this learning allows progress within the change management process. The key issue is therefore de-stigmatising failure, and focusing on this progress, rather than the end goal. So says Dr Jason Fox, author of ‘The Game Changer: How to Use the Science of Motivation With the Power of Game Design to Shift Behaviour, Shape Culture and Make Clever Happen‘.

Dr Jason Fox is a motivation strategy and design expert who assists leaders in how to influence culture and build for the future of work. His clients include Global 2000 companies, including PepsiCo, McDonalds, Microsoft, Toyota and Gartner, through to companies including Suncorp, Optus, Telstra, Sydney Water, and AMP.

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3 Responses to When Managing Change, Focus on Progress, Not Goals – Jason Fox

  1. Dan says:

    A mentor once taught me that “the process is the product in the making.” He was right on the mark.

  2. Morry Morgan says:

    I’m a big fan of the quote “The opposite of success is not failure, it’s apathy” and have definitely shared that with every wannabe entrepreneur I’ve met since filming this Insight with Dr. Fox.

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