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Leadership

The Hard Side of Change Management

In Harvard Business Review, BCG’s Hal Sirkin, Perry Keenan, and Alan Jackson outline a time-tested approach to ensure the success and durability of corporate change efforts.

Strategic Initiative Management: The PMO Imperative

As companies adapt to an increasingly complex world, effectively positioned and supported project or program management offices can help significantly improve the implementation of strategic initiatives.

Implementing Change

Managing Change at Save the Children

By restructuring its organization to better meet the needs of a changing world, Save the Children is having a greater impact on the lives of children everywhere.

TED@BCG

Organizing for Success

High-Performance Culture

By following an approach based on the answers to four questions, organizations can reshape the organizational context, reset behaviors, and achieve the culture they want.

Corporate Survival

The Biology of Corporate Survival

Understanding the principles that confer robustness in complex systems—such as tropical forests, stock markets, and even companies—can mean the difference between survival and extinction.

Classics

Why Change Is So Difficult

Bruce Henderson wrote that all organizations must adapt or die. So why are the forces of corporate culture so set against change?

Change Management

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