Description of Change Tactics
Change Tactics helps individuals and organizations plan, lead and manage change. I work with you to help you determine what is the underlying goal you are trying to achieve. Then develop a tactic to reach that goal. I am flexible to meet your need at hand. In the past I have led larger scale projects, researched new services and products, created sustainability programs, helped individuals create strategic plans, and many other success described in the clients tab of this site.
When change is planned the likelihood of success is twice as likely as unplanned change. I am an expert in helping you be successful in planning and realizing change in your organization or your own life.
Bio for Scot Holliday, Ed.D.
I am the Founder & President of Change Tactics. I am an expert in developing human potential, organizational change management, sustainability, climate change, energy conservation and human resource management. I serve as a change leader, advisor and researcher; depending on the need at hand. I work on a project-basis directly with companies, trade associations, government and not-for-profit organizations. I work independently with clients or jointly with other firms to provide broader services to clients, e.g. East Meets West Solutions [link]. Previously I served as a Senior Organizational Change consultant, both at IBM and Accenture.
I tailor solutions to meet each client’s needs. My recent projects have included developing a sustainability working group within a trade association, creating a tactical plan for the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative, developing an energy conservation program for multiple buildings & facilities, energy research for the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), and developing new business services for non-profit organizations.
I am based in the Washington, D.C. area. I earned a doctoral degree in Education, with a concentration in Human and Organizational Studies from The George Washington University. My doctoral research examined the role of organizational change in sustainability, using DuPont as a case study for empirical research. I serve as a contributing writer to the GreenBiz blog, Thomson Reuters Sustainability blog, and The Green Tie blog (National Association for Environmental Management). In 2013, my book was awarded book of the year by the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO). The book is titled, "Change Guidebook: How to Sharpen Your Approach to Leading Organizational Change", It is available on Amazon [link].