About Janet Ford and Rick Walters

Rick and Janet are Senior Consultants with Expressworks International a consulting firm leading companies around the globe to understand their unique challenges, remove complexity and deliver meaningful, measurable, sustainable change.

Janet Ford has over 15 years of experience partnering with leaders and organizations to drive process technology and behavior change that aligns with business strategy. Recognized by Fortune 100 clients as a coach and thought partner to help leaders plan and execute a change strategy that makes sense for their organization. Strengths include building a fit-for-purpose change strategy and applying project management, stakeholder management, process development and team facilitation to drive successful outcomes.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/janetford1/

Rick has 25 years of experience in successful business transformation initiatives. Skilled at facilitating leadership and teams at all levels to define vision and execute strategy through multi-year sustainable initiatives. Roles include organizational development, change management, program and project management.

Rick is also co-founder of Harbour Mastery Inc. providing Software-as-a-Service Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) tailored for the unique business processes and tariff structures of seaports and marinas.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgwalters

HMCWCP: Tip 5 Hone Your Soft Skills

By |2019-10-21T16:07:55-06:00October 3rd, 2018|Change Leadership Capability, Organizational Change Capacity|

Rick and I believe an agile approach to project management works better than the Waterfall approach in a fast-paced, dynamic, and ambiguous change environment. But, our projects typically aren’t clearly one type or the other; they are a blend of both. We are becoming adept at working with this kind of hybrid project.

HMCWCP: Tip 4 Make the Project Team Part of Your Engagement Plan

By |2019-10-21T14:48:32-06:00August 30th, 2018|Change Leadership Capability, Organizational Change Capacity|

Rick and I believe an agile approach to project management works better than the Waterfall approach in a fast-paced, dynamic, and ambiguous change environment. But, our projects typically aren’t clearly one type or the other; they are a blend of both. We are becoming adept at working with this kind of hybrid project.

HMCWCP Tip 3: Plan for “No Plan”

By |2019-10-21T16:00:40-06:00July 19th, 2018|Change Leadership Capability, Organizational Change Capacity|

Rick and I believe an agile approach to project management works better than the Waterfall approach in a fast-paced, dynamic, and ambiguous change environment. But, our projects typically aren’t clearly one type or the other; they are a blend of both. We are becoming adept at working with this kind of hybrid project.

HMCWCP: Tip 1 Assess the Situation

By |2019-10-21T14:26:05-06:00May 17th, 2018|Change Leadership Capability, Organizational Change Capacity|

Rick and I believe an agile approach to project management works better than the Waterfall approach in a fast-paced, dynamic, and ambiguous change environment. But, our projects typically aren’t clearly one type or the other; they are a blend of both. We are becoming adept at working with this kind of hybrid project.

“How to Manage Change Without a Change Plan” Part One: Change Has Changed

By |2019-10-21T13:19:25-06:00March 29th, 2018|Change Leadership Capability, Organizational Change Capacity|

A few years ago, my colleague Rick approached me with an air of concern and consternation. It was a look I hadn’t seen on Rick’s face often, as he is known for being unflappable, rock solid. I’d always enjoyed working with Rick, because in contrast, I sometimes come [...]

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