Change that Sticks: Overcoming Organizational Resistance to Change

March 22, 2023 - We all know that change is a constant in life, both personally and for businesses. But rolling out organizational change that sticks can be challenging for even the most seasoned leaders.

In our latest blog, HPA Senior Advisor Alex Nesbitt shares his thoughts on some key factors that keep firms from making changes that last, and dives into one that impacts on the individual level: resistance to change.

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Beyond the Great Resignation: A Data-Driven Approach to the Labor Shortage

October 25, 2022 - Everything you think you know about The Great Resignation is wrong - and in our recent kickoff session of the HPA 20th Anniversary Speaker Series, labor experts Dave Gilbertson & John Frehse set the record straight. Despite news headlines, the jobs report, sound bites from government agencies, and opinions from a hefty number of economists that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a massive labor shortage, this just isn’t the case. In fact, the data tells a very different story.

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Simple Rules for Resource Allocation

Like all complex dynamic systems, organizations are driven by energy. And these resource allocation decisions channel our energies and efforts to produce and change. HPA Senior Advisor Alex Nesbitt outlines 9 principles for more coherent resource allocation, addressing the most common complicating factors.

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