In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews returning guest Jim Bohn. Jim is known to be the practical leader and considers himself as the blue collar scholar. Jim works as a motivational speaker about leading and transforming several failing and underperforming teams to achieve valued level of success. He has also led important projects related to change management such as mergers, IT implementations and reorganizations. He is also a master facilitator about change management.
Introduction of Episode
0:17 – Tony introduces returning guest Jim Bohn.
0:41 – Jim shared his newly released book called “Architects of change: Practical tools to build, lead and finish organizational initiatives”
2:01 – Jim started talking more about the architect of change management
3:00 – Jim tackles the principles of change management
03: 40 – Jim said that his book is dedicated specifically for leaders that are looking for practical skills about what they can do to make this change be part of their organization.
5:00 – Jim continues to discuss what his book is all about
6:43 – Jim said that every single part of the organization will be touched by a change
8:45 – Tony asked Jim on how to combat disruptors
12:52 – Jim shared a great analogy about change: “changing a tire of a running bus”
14:00 – Jim discussed more about “finishing change” and other details related to change
15:32 – Jim said “when an organization completes something, they engage in a psychological process called organization efficacy”.
16:09 – Jim shares more about organization efficacy
17:06 – “Doing a change effectively, builds organization efficacy”
18:17 – Tony asked Jim about globalization related to change
19:06 – Jim said that In order to achieve successful organizational change, it requires greater attention to details and change.
20:33 – Jim shared one of the exciting things in every work life.
20:58 – Tony recommends Jim’s new book about architect of change
21:26 – Episode closing