The Evolution of Change Management

In today’s blog, we will be looking at the evolution of Change Management. We explore the roots of change management, look at what is happening with change management today and we touch on the future...

Online Collaboration Suites Part 3 – Develop Implementation Roadmaps by Team

Unusual Assignments: Ignite goes Hollywood to deliver business solution

Recently, a client asked for Ignite to help create training materials. Nothing new for us there. However, this time, one of the requirements for the training materials was to create, and act in,...

Online Collaboration Suites | Part 2 -Engage the right people

In our previous Online Collaboration Suite blog ("Understand your current state"), we talked about understanding your current state before thinking about online collaboration tools. The next step is...

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5 Hints That You're Being Ignored

Take a second to reflect on your last verbal interaction. This interaction could have been with a co-worker, a spouse, a friend, or your neighbor two houses down. Regardless of who the interaction...

Ignite Consulting to participate in The Madison Region's Economic Development and Diversity Summit

Ignite Consulting is pleased to attend The Madison Region's Economic Development and Diversity Summit on Wednesday, May 16th in Madison, Wisconsin. The event is hosted by the Madison Region Economic...

4 Answers to the Question: “Why do I need a consultant?”

You have an initiative to accomplish. You don’t know where to start and you are apprehensive about bringing in outside help. You have heard all the common biases: "consultant fees are so high”, “they...

Behavioral Economics and Change Management

I recently read and thoroughly enjoyed Carsten Tam’s article on Forbes.com titled “Small Is Beautiful: Using Gentle Nudges To Change Organizations.” In short, the article describes how Change...

Online Collaboration Suites | Part 1- Understand your current state

We’ve heard the compelling arguments for switching to productivity suites like G Suite and Office 365. Reality is