Change Management

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“Simply, improvement…” – April 2017 Newsletter is out today

View a copy online. This month: 50 ways to communicate your Change Programme Critical Success Factors are not your Project’s Objectives Systems Thinking in the Third Sector I write an e-Newsletter which goes out monthly (except August) and is another way to keep in touch with topics of relevance to Continuous Improvement.  Sometimes it’s a … Continue reading

How many change models do we need?

Armour Consulting has just published an excellent “Taxonomy of Change Models” on Slideshare which lists over 40 different models. They say… Having worked in change environments for many years and used a wide range of change models for many different types of change we found it useful to collate and categorise models for ease of … Continue reading

10 ways to screw up a change initiative

A long time ago, I developed a Fishbone Diagram (see below) with one of my clients on how to “create” badly managed change. We did it as part of a senior management workshop while planning the implementation steps for an improvement initiative. It came to mind recently when having conversations about badly managed change but, … Continue reading

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