Real Change Practitioner Stories: Implementing a Restructure

By Hanna Greenfield, Marketing Manager, Changefirst
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In the next few blogs I will share some real-life stories of how some of our clients handled specific change issues. If you would like to share a change management story (what worked well, what didn’t work) with other change practitioners, please get in touch!

Engaging the [...]

Posted by Hanna Greenfield on February 9th, 2015

Is your organisation struggling to cope with change?

By David Miller , CEO, Changefirst

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84 per cent of respondents from a Changefirst survey(1), said that from their business experience, engaging and empowering internal teams was the best and most cost-effective way to successfully implement major change. This data is supported by 2012 [...]

Posted by David Miller, CEO of Changefirst on November 6th, 2014

City of Stockholm perfectly illustrates a vision for change

As we know, building commitment to change begins at the level of the individual and their decisions and behaviours. Well, the City of Stockholm, like JFK before them, have set out their long term change vision of becoming a fossil fuel free city by 2050.
That’s a way off, I here you cry. However, the City [...]

Posted by Brian Casey on September 15th, 2010