Producing Massive Change


I made this presentation on Change Management at the KCommunity Chennai Chaper meeting No.10 (#KCC10) which was hosted by Cognizant. The organizers had videographed my preso – special thanks to Manikanda Pisharody of Cognizant’s KM team and our external vendor agency for the recording.

In case the video embedding doesn’t work. Here are the links to the 2 part video on Youtube:
1. Part 1 – covers upto slide 7.
2. Part 2 – covers from slide 8 onwards till end.


Typically, i do my own audio recording and then upload it into slideshare with synchronized audio. This time i have imbedded the video. Don’t know if the effect is worth replicating? can you guys please comment if audio only is better? That will enable me to decide which format people like better.


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    Thanks for posting it. I was eagerly awaiting this after I received the presentation from you. Excellent concepts in such a short time. Need to go through it a few times to digest it fully. I thought your earlier method was really good (voice over with the slides), that is just my view.

    Thanks once again.

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    Hi Sukumar, Thank you for sharing the presentation as well as the Recommended readings.

    According to my view, both the formats are engaging. i enjoyed watching the youtube presentation as well.

    Also, on your recommendation, currently reading ‘ Crossing the Chasm” v.intresting.

    Thanks & Regards

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said December 22, 2010, 6:50 am:

    Thanks Meenu. Glad you liked it. I’m sure you will find crossing the chasm very useful.

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    SJ Dhananjayan said December 28, 2010, 11:57 am:

    Hai this post is nice to preach tat every one has pressure in their job, but the toughness you say is unacceptable because the person you specified may not be working the whole day and probably he will take another three or more hours of rest during day time. He is the boss for his work, so what ever he reaps it will be his asset. He is not working for anyone and he is independent, so as simple as the saying “Nothing is tough every thing depends how you take it” . I would suggest the above saying could have been the apt way to express your idea.

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    Very insightful Sukumar. Given me a lot to think about. Would it be possbile to share your PPT.

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said March 13, 2011, 11:15 pm:

    Thanks Archana. I’ve sent it to you.

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    Rajashree said November 9, 2011, 10:06 am:

    Thanks for posting this Sukumar. Had to miss KCC due to schedule clash and this is a great way of catching up.

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said November 9, 2011, 9:25 pm:

    Thanks Rajashree.

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    Thank you Sukumar for posting this, it helped me catch up on it at a later point. It was a great presentation with good provoking thoughts. Would it be possible for you to share the deck with me.

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    Sukumar (subscribed) said November 18, 2011, 7:10 pm:

    Thanks for the kind words Kasthuri. I’ll share the deck to your email addr.

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