Most of what you read about change is only concerned with the various stakeholders within one singular change journey. This ranges from various change methodologies to techniques and the experience of change, including the 'change curve' that dips after go-live and...
We’ve all heard about how change is the only constant and that change is intensifying and not going away. On top of increasing digitisation, we have Covid, extreme weather disruptions as well as other company changes. Not all changes can be planned for. Change is a...
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...
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...
Measuring behaviours as a part of change adoption is the ultimate measurement that change practitioners should incorporate as a part of tracking to what extent the change has been adopted by impacted stakeholders. Whilst there could be a wide range of different...
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,...
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