PDS Group Launches Web Site – “The Performance Flight Deck” New Web Site Goes Live on Monday March 8th (http://www.pdsgrp.net)

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Two out of three change initiatives fail in North America (Mckinsey, 2009 & Kotter 1996). On both surveys, Executives cited "people not being on the same page" as the top reason for change failure. This web site features "The Performance Flight Deck" which covers PDS Group's 10-year development of their people alignment process and software (AlEx) that identifies and tracks the degree of misalignment in groups and individuals.. This foundation service leads to Designing Performance Improvement, Building Competencies for Impact, Precision Performance Coaching and Tracking Performance Improvement

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Senior Partner, Nick Anderson says that: “The new site more accurately represents PDS Group’s shift over the last 10 years toward aligning people first to ground our other work in change management, especially changing sales behavior and improving results

PDS Group’s new Web site goes live on Monday March 8th (http://www.pdsgrp.net). "The Performance Flight Deck” is the centerpiece of the new site’s design.

Senior Partner, Nick Anderson says that: “The new site more accurately represents PDS Group’s shift over the last 10 years toward aligning people first to ground our other work in change management, especially changing sales behavior and improving results. We see this is as a significant differentiator in helping more change initiatives succeed."

The new site includes three libraries of free resources, including recordings of Nick’s Monthly Radio Show: Walk the Talk – Radio for Agile Minds

About PDS

PDS Group professionals specialize in strategic alignment to ensure the goals of any productivity improvement are realized. How? By making change objective and personal using a methodology AlEx™ - Aligning Expectations. AlEx(tm) has helped clients add millions in sales, bring construction projects in-on-time and to budget, and successfully transition family-owned businesses. This process can be used from small leadership teams up to organization-wide alignment projects.

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