Is your organisation struggling to cope with change?

By David Miller , CEO, Changefirst

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

City of Stockholm perfectly illustrates a vision for change

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That’s a way off, I here you cry. However, the City [...]

Posted by Brian Casey on September 15th, 2010

We still need to manage change out of the downturn

This is an extract from a survey we commissioned and published in September 2009, about managing change through the financial downturn. The findings and implications, even in slightly more stable financial conditions, are still relevant are year on.
‘The survey was commissioned to help organisations understand the change challenges in the current environment and to point [...]

Posted by Brian Casey on September 10th, 2010