Accelerating Change Programmes

Seeking the approaches that enable faster change in the complex world of health and social care

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The high cost of non-engagement

Sometimes it’s difficult to cost the consequences of not engaging with people about change. The delays, resistance, missed innovation and risk associated with the failure to include others in solution … Continue reading

07/09/2017 · Leave a comment

The Absurdity of Control

Once again, I find myself in a world where the desire for control outweighs experience. The mistaken belief that more grip and stronger control mechanisms mean that complex change happens … Continue reading

21/05/2017 · 2 Comments

Why Risk It

I find it ironic that traditional project management methodologies add risk to projects, especially when the methodologies spend so much time explaining how to manage risk. The traditional project management … Continue reading

24/04/2017 · Leave a comment

Create Pace, Sweat the Small Stuff

Seems that small really is beautiful, small wins that is. The impact of small wins in change initiatives seems intuitive and evidence suggests it’s positive, but in the past, I … Continue reading

19/03/2017 · 1 Comment