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The meaning of managing change

The meaning of managing change

Is change management just a job or a career? When you clock in and clock out everyday do you ever wonder what is the purpose of all this work? Yes, your natural response could be, well, managing change helps improve employee work experience and we help company land...

Change Practitioner Q&A Series: Annah Kaspar

Change Practitioner Q&A Series: Annah Kaspar

In this Change Practitioner Q&A series, we talk to change managers to ask them how they approach their work. This time we are talking to Annah Kaspar. Change Compass: Describe yourself in 3 sentences Annah: I'm curious and a little irreverent because I want to...

Change Practitioner Q&A Series: Fiona Johnson

Change Practitioner Q&A Series: Fiona Johnson

In this Change Practitioner Q&A series we talk to change managers to ask them how they approach their work. This time we are talking to Fiona Johnson. Change Compass: Hi Fiona, describe yourself in 3 sentences. Fiona:I'm a ‘seasoned” change practitioner who has...

The resistance to change that we can all relate to

The resistance to change that we can all relate to

Change is an inevitable part of, not just corporate life, but life in general. It's a natural occurrence that we all must face at some point. But despite the many benefits that change can bring, many of us are still reluctant to embrace it. After all, for many, it is...

How to be more strategic in managing change – Infographic

How to be more strategic in managing change – Infographic

Most change practitioners are hired to support an initiative whilst others are supporting the business. Irrespective of the role, there are ways to be more strategic in managing change. Here in this infographic we highlight the top 6 tips in being more strategic in...

How change management software can improve change outcomes

How change management software can improve change outcomes

It used to be that change management is the ‘poor’, neglected cousin of other disciplines in terms of access to functional software to assist in its performance.  There is a wide range of software available for a range of project management disciplines such...

4 common assumptions about change saturation that are misleading

4 common assumptions about change saturation that are misleading

Change saturation is a common term used by change practitioners to describe a picture where there may be too many changes being implemented at the same time.  The analogy is that of a cup with limited capacity, where if too much change is poured into a fixed volume,...

How to measure change adoption

How to measure change adoption

Measuring the change adoption of stakeholders is one of the most important parts of the work of change practitioners.  It is the ultimate ‘proof’ of whether the change interventions have been successful or not in achieving the initiative...