May 22, 2020
Commentary by Farrell Tan
Change is everywhere. Whether you’re talking about your job, your relationship/friendships, your health, or even the current economic situation and how it has affected you, adjustment and fine tuning is inevitable. Change is more apparent now with the big ‘C’ wreaking havoc on people, places, corporations and everything in between. But let’s not get into that.
The topic of change came about (again) when I was thinking of a blog post for the week. Fresh from being tagged by Tyler Chin on LinkedIn, I remembered the discussion Craig J Selby and I had with Michelle Nunis about change (which has been Orchan's proposition since Day-1, hence the portmanteau) when we were working on our 2020 business plans.
During the course of the conversation, we talked about what change meant for each of us, and whether change as a verb, works best across-the-board; or if evolve is a better fit, given the immediacy that the word change conjures.
Read more at: https://orchanpr.blogspot.com/2020/05/change-or-evolve.html
#OrchanPR #OrchestratingChange #ChangeNow #Evolve #ChangeVsEvolve #BusinessAsUnusual #BusinessEvolved #EvolutionaryChange #IncrementalChange #RevolutionaryChange #TransformationalChange