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The value of a fresh eye on your project’s viability

I was recently speaking with a colleague about how easy we find it to evaluate the viability of projects and programmes, based on our years of experience. It’s something we both do and we can usually arrive at a pretty good diagnosis in a short space of time. We usually approach this sort of project … Continue reading

Leading change? Top tips for personal resilience

When you’re expected to lead organisational changes, it’s sometimes easy to lose sight of the impacts of those changes on yourself and solely focus on supporting those who work with and for you. Here’s my list of top tips for personal resilience which I collated for some recent leadership workshops: Read more about my favourite change … 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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