Ways to embed and sustain change

Ways to embed and sustain change Projects finish when they successfully deliver what was planned. However, sustained effort is required long after project delivery, to ensure change becomes embedded; the new normal and ‘this is how we do things here’. Organisations that...

Streamlining delivery for effective change

Streamlining delivery for effective change Balancing efficient delivery with the people side of change If you are facing challenges in balancing project delivery with change management, then this webinar is for you! Organisations need effective processes to resolve issues and get things...

Kubler-Ross change curve

The ‘change curve’ derived from the work of Kubler-Ross, describes the internal emotional journey that individuals typically experience when dealing with change and transition.

McKinsey 7S change model

Identifying and analysing the impact of change is one of the keys to effective change management planning. It helps to avoid or at least minimise the disruptive impact of change and support the positive aspects of it.

Gower Handbook of People in Project Management

The launch of ‘Gower Handbook of People in Project Management‘ by Gower Publishing is evidence that the importance of the people element of project management is being increasingly recognised, with a real thirst developing for more understanding of this critical area.

The Effective Change Manager’s Handbook

The Effective Change Manager’s Handbook, the official guide to the CMI Body of Knowledge, is designed to help practitioners, employers and academics define and practise change management successfully, and develop change management maturity in their organisation.

Tackling change head on webinar

This webinar will help you tackle change head on, making sure your company can change faster than the world outside. You’ll learn some invaluable practical ways to do this.

Performing through the learning dip

Most change situations involve having to learn something new or doing things in a new way, breaking the default pattern of thought that you follow automatically and replacing it with a new pattern. Naturally, a dip in performance can follow.