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3 Factors That Contribute To Successful Change

Change is a real challenge for leaders. At the same time most leaders understand that changing, improving and adapting are vital within the organisation to be successful long term. While there are a whole host of things that contribute to delivering sustainable change successfully, there are 3 that I believe are crucial to any attempts […]

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What’s Working In The Organisation?

In all organisations in the public sector there is a lot of talk about finding new ways of doing things or working smarter. While all organisations can always find improvements, it come sometimes feel like 5% is going well while 95% needs to change. Yet in reality, it is probably the other way round. Chances […]

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The Importance of Clarity When Trying To Make Change

Any organisation whatever industry or sector it operates has to move forward.  In many ways people in organisations are always in change mode. They set plans for the day or week.  Things don’t always go as expected or there are obstacles to overcome.  Most of the time people find a way. From time to time […]

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5 Realities About Change and Improvement In Organisations

We need to change, innovate and find new ways of working.  It’s probably something that’s said a lot of the time in organisations. In the public sector it has been and will probably continue to be a recurrent theme for the foreseeable future. Having being involved in several large scale change projects, it’s fair to […]

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Is Your Case For Change Compelling Enough?

At one level all leadership teams and employees understand that change and improvement is an important part of the continued success and sometimes just to stay competitive. Yet as most know, actually initiating, delivering and realising the benefits of change and improvement is much harder than it seems.  Some statistics suggest that as much as […]

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Why Is Change Such A Challenge In The NHS?

We need to change, transform the way we work and make service improvement.  Familiar words to anyone who works in the NHS and to the public generally. From the outside looking in you might be thinking what’s taking so long.  In many ways it’s a fair challenge.  Yet the reality is that making change in […]

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4 Essentials When Trying To Make Change

Change is part and parcel of the role of being a leader these days.  The rate at which things evolve means that no organisation can really afford to stop or standstill.  One of the things I have noticed about change, especially large scale change is that there is no lack of expertise in process or […]

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