Glory Enyinnaya – Change Management in Africa

I was delighted to interview Glory Enyinnaya in episode 25 of the #changechat podcasts. Glory is an entrepreneur, a researcher, a blogger, a soon to be published author, and a change consultant with Kleos Advisory. She most recently spoke at the ACMP MENA […]

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#SHOC with Gilbert Kruidenier

https://audio.simplecast.com/73111.mp3 In this Sharp Hit of Change (#SHOC) I am delighted to chat with Gilbert Kruidenier about what he is working on and what he has learn about change. Gilbert is a great thinker about change and […]

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#ChangeChat with Alan Herrity on recruiting change managers

This week I speak with Alan Herrity of Momentum Search and Selection, a specialist project and change management recruiting firm. We talk about some of the themes in the space and some of the challenges faced in the […]

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Want change? Act now.

This post came about as convergence of a number of conversations offline and online. A build-up of the horror of images and news reports nationally here in Australia and afar. One friend posted this article, another spoke of her fears […]

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#ChangeChat with Theresa Moulton

The disclaimer – Australians are terrible with shortening people’s names without asking, very lazy elocution. Theresa very gracefully coped with me shortening her name to Therese through out… She’s a good woman! […]

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2015: A professional year in review

It’s funny. Every-time I go to start a Professional Year in Review post, I wanted to start with “Wow, that was a big year”. And in reality, what year isn’t? When you abstract yourself to the higher view, 365 […]

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2015 Conferences – on the horizon of change

Recently I asked the question on the Organizational Change Practitioners Linkedin Group about what the quality professional development opportunities are for experienced change managers in 2015. When some contributors challenged whether you can get Return On Investment from a […]

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Who are your change communities?

A common problem I see in many change projects, particularly technology based change, is the grouping of all the key stakeholders into one audience for engagement and communication. This is particularly rife with assuming Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will be […]

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