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The Hardest Problem in E2.0 - Changing Our Culture

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Bert Sandie, Director, Learning & Development, Electronic Arts, Inc's Keynote Address at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston 2011. …

Bert Sandie, Director, Learning & Development, Electronic Arts, Inc's Keynote Address at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston 2011.

Using real-world experiences to demonstrate the critical importance of why culture and employee behaviors need our full attention to full leverage collaboration and knowledge sharing inside our organizations.

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  • If anyone has questions or thoughts let me know - more than happy to chat.

    Cheers, Bert
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  • 1. The ChallengeThink Culture of Collaboration First
  • 2. PeopleHire & Grow Knowledge Workers
  • 3. Create Collaborative Environments
  • 4. Leverage Organizational Structure
  • 5. Organization Structure Team
  • 6. Lead ChangeDepartment
  • 7. Division
  • 8. Company
  • 9. Company = Complex Ecosystem
  • 10. The Drive to Change
  • 11. Based on John Kotter’s Leading Change ModelLeading Change Model
  • 12. Change takes place in three arenas + + Head Heart Hands Thinking & Motivation & BehaviorUnderstanding Emotion Changing People Behaviors
  • 13. Apply the Hands of Change

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