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    Video: The business of change is changing

    Posted by Audra Proctor on Sep 8, 2020



    The pressure from digital transformation and the race to reinvent business processes - with shorter and shorter timescales and more change to manage - means that the sheer pace and volume...

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    The Personal Dynamics of Change

    Posted by Audra Proctor on Jun 27, 2019


    When J.P. Garnier, the former CEO and Chairman of pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), was interviewed about executing change, he said, “Getting people to change – one by one – is the...

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    Saying "NO" during major organizational change...

    Posted by Audra Proctor on Jun 13, 2019


    The volume and complexity of business change continues to increase, and organizations cannot risk the negative impacts of not executing their business critical changes.”

    This is a paraphrase of...

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    Creating Communications that Work

    Posted by Audra Proctor on Jun 6, 2019


    Five practical principles

    The main use of communications in change is to build understanding of what we are trying to achieve. It is a critical part of building commitment to change. Well...

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    The power of change management data to improve...

    Posted by David Miller on Sep 27, 2017

    Communication is one aspect we always see in change management plans.  But how effective is your communication? Are you hitting the mark? Do people believe and understand your key change...

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    Is hierarchy damaging your change strategy...

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Aug 13, 2010

    In July’s Newsletter, I referred to research carried out by Harvard Business Review on change strategy execution. I couldn’t link to it at the time because it wasn’t live, so here it is, Hierachy can...

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