10 key considerations when selecting a change management methodology

Selecting a change management methodology that is right for both you and your organisation can be a complex process. There are a wide range of considerations to take into account from what you want it to actually do, through whether you can adapt it meet your specific needs to how you are going to maintain [...]

Posted by Brian Casey on November 27th, 2009

Is it Change management or Strategy Implementation?

I came across an interesting blog post here that posed the general question about whether change management and strategy implementation are an “either / or” situation i.e. are they mutually exclusive or do they best exist hand in glove.
There was a lot of resonance for me here for two key reason:
1)  it’s long been clear to [...]

Posted by Audra Proctor (Head of Learning Services for Changefirst) on November 20th, 2009

CIOs and leadership out of the downturn

I came across an interesting article here about CIOs being at the forefront and leading companies out of recession by driving change, efficiency and leadership. I was trying to draw some parallels with what we’ve been researching around change in a downturn – the real challenges for people and some possible indications of what change [...]

Posted by Audra Proctor (Head of Learning Services for Changefirst) on November 12th, 2009