Organizational transformations are inherently complex, multi-dimensional processes. Leaders today are aggressively trying to transform their companies, seeking radically to improve performance by changing behaviour and capabilities at all levels. Unfortunately, most leadership groups lack a proven way of thinking about the challenge. Without balance, integration, and focus, no disjointed set of initiatives can lead to significant performance-boosting transformation.
Roland L. Sullivan is one of the original 100 Change Agents in the world. He has led transformation and change journeys in over 1000 organizations in every major industry in 44 countries. In these transformation efforts, he applies the Whole System Transformation, a modality that he coined and perfected over 50 years of practice. He has taught Organizational Development (OD) globally in 22 universities including the most recognized organization development and change program in the world – Pepperdine University in Los Angeles California. Sullivan is considered as one of the pioneers in the redefining and expansion of OD.
His significant publishing comprises hundreds of articles, chapters, and over 25 books, including his widely acclaimed book, Practicing Organization Development, now in its 20th year and fourth edition.