Ep 017 #ChangeChat with Daryl Conner

Alrighty, be calm fan girl. You got a chance to talk with Daryl Conner. There’s going to be a whole stack of you out there who’ll know immediately why this was SO cool. But for the uninitiated, Daryl is the […]

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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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#ChangeChat with Bronte Jackson

In this #ChangeChat, I talk social anthropology with Bronte Jackson. Bronte featured earlier in the year in a Sharp Hit of Change. In the #SHOC she provided a great example of the use of symbolism in change with […]

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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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12 Change Management Blogs to follow

My wordy! How things have changed? Since publishing the last post on blogs to follow, so many have slowed down or simply stopped blogging. Ten out of the 19 are no longer. I was wondering about this – I know […]

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On change receptivity

About 12 years I ago I finished my PhD studies in organisations that undergo continuous change. As is the case with every doctoral student there is usually a whole raft of stuff that you are interested in and you […]

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We need to talk about Agile OCM!

My fellow organisational change practitioners, we need to talk… Last week fellow change manager Nick Martin and I presented at Agile Australia on Translating OCM for the Agile community. The talk came about as last year when I attended the […]

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10 Change Management tweeps to follow

Twitter you’ve changed. What’s seems like eons ago, I posted on my first 100 days of Twitter. It was actually in February, 2009. Reflecting back on that, it seems like so much has changed (which I guess is to be […]

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