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This is a common phrase (it may have even been the phrase that brought you here!) It incorporates some important ideas, however, most people, if they are honest will admit that many change projects fail to deliver. A key factor is that Change resists management. Gant charts and project plans are important, but on their own, are unlikely to give you want you want. We have found that Change needs facilitating.
Change is like sailing a racing dinghy and requires constant attention and care to maintain it on course. It has other similarities to sailing; it is impossible to steer a boat that has no momentum. In order to steer, you must first start moving, and we get you moving!
If you think back to change programmes you have been involved with, I'm sure you will agree that Change isn't a neat linear process. This is because, at it its heart, it is organic. It is all about people and how they feel, both positively and negatively. People will get stuck, they do get diverted, crises will happen; all of these things need to be attended to ensure that you arrive at your destination.
One of our key contributions is helping you to deal with this. We do that in a number of ways, by:-
Call us now to find out how we can help you manage your change. We offer a free initial assessment. Where required we can provide a detailed Change Diagnostic.
We also provide Change Consulting.
"Richard can only be described as world class when he is delivering his 'Catalyst for Change' programme." Diageo, Ops Director
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The aim of education is to enable individuals to continue their education ... (and) the object and reward of learning is continued capacity for growth. Now this idea cannot be applied to all the members of a society except where intercourse of man with man is mutual, and except where there is adequate provision for the reconstruction of social habits and institutions by means of wide stimulation arising from equitably distributed interests. And this means a democratic society. - John Dewey