Category Archives: stakeholder management

Do you expect chocolate chips in your cookies?

Many people like cookies, and I am one of those people. I like cookies even more when they have chocolate chips in them. Furthermore, my preference is for plain chocolate, but I like milk chocolate ones too. One day a … Continue reading

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How to communicate well

This week I want to say something on the power of repetitive communication. Here it comes. Something worth saying, should be said often. This is an important and simple thing that some people overlook. They forget that repetition is essential for great communication. … Continue reading

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The Power of Coaching in Change Projects

As a serial Change Manager, here is an often overlooked suggestion which works. Firstly, determine why you want to change. Is it a product / service development, restructure of your people and or an improvement in a process. What is … Continue reading

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Ten ways to prevent change project failure

Here are my top ten reasons for change project failure. These are in no particular order. I hope that you will recognise some of these in your own organisations. If not, try asking your colleagues to take a look at … Continue reading

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What are the fundamental reasons for Change Programme failure?

This question was originally posed by Kathy Ratcliffe on LinkedIn. My thoughts: Project failure is nearly always a failure to recognise that people at the front line in an organisation make change happen. People often say that they do not like … Continue reading

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