When we are faced with a dilemma we can consciously at some level direct our thoughts to consider certain options. This comes about as a result of learning that has previously occurred in the higher levels of our minds, but is directed by an unconscious process that is rooted in… read more →
There seems to be a recent interest in “neuropsychology” and the possibility these recent findings may have applications in the field of organizational change/behavior, the next series of blog posts will focus on some of the current research coming out of that field.
Discussed in the latest research, there… read more →
Most organizational change takes place in an effort to make the organization more effective and or efficient in some way, and to keep up with the competition. In the 21st Century, frequent change is necessary for the survival of most organizations, but it comes with a price that has often… read more →
On Wednesday, April 2, Victoria Grady of Pivot Point Business Solutions and Kristen Lilly of PYA gave the presentation “What Do a Plane Crash, a Desert Island, and a Volleyball Have in Common” to a packed audience at the 2014 ACMP conference in Orlando. The essence of the presentation was… read more →
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Some Thoughts on Organizational Culture: Final Part
In our previous work we have demonstrated that organizational change is influenced to a significant extent by attachment behavior. In addition to continuing to advance this work, it is now also our intention to show the extent to which employee attachment behavior is… read more →
Some Thoughts on Organizational Culture-Part 7
Although much of our work has been based on the expressions of Attachment Theory in organizations, it has come to our attention that organizational culture has a relationship with Attachment Theory. As we consider this relationship, and in an effort to determine the nature… read more →
Some Thoughts on Organizational Culture–Part 6
Today’s organizations face challenges that have not been seen in the past. One of these is the need to employ individuals from a mixture of cultures, personalities, and ethnic groups that must then be formed into effective functioning units. The parent organization as well… read more →
Some Thoughts on Organizational Culture: Part 5–Our Role
At Pivot Point not only are we interested in the impact of attachment behavior on the ability to introduce change in an organization, we are also interested in the many ways an organization is influenced by its culture. We think there is… read more →