Accelerating Change Programmes

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Rethinking Critical Path – reorienting gravitational pull

I was recently asked about ‘critical path’, and my heart sank. Why, in a change environment dominated by people, would we think that a technical, linear, engineering technique would help … Continue reading

12/04/2015 · 1 Comment

Planning to Accelerate

I love Gantt charts!! I find them enjoyable and challenging to create and really easy to read. However, it seems that few people share my enjoyment. Over the years, I’ve … Continue reading

06/04/2015 · Leave a comment

Operational Delivery Groups, at the heart of accelerating change

Accelerating change is something we all want to achieve. It seems that unleashing those people involved and impacted by change can be one of the catalysts for acceleration. Recently, I … Continue reading

24/03/2015 · 1 Comment

Enable frontline staff to accelerate your change programmes

From my perspective, I only change when I really want to. Why do I still munch on too many cakes? Because my enjoyment of cakes is stronger than my desire … Continue reading

15/03/2015 · 3 Comments

What’s it all about?

Successful change in organisations is really difficult. This has been my experience, but you don’t have to take my word for it, there’s shed loads of evidence to support this. … Continue reading

13/03/2015 · Leave a comment
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