Do we need to change the way we change?
So, it's that time of the month again and we're ready for another great i&i show with a fascinating title ... which prompts an obvious question ...
Q. Are the current approaches adopted toward change effective?
If you listen to the stats from just M&A, Lean Six Sigma and I.T. implementation histories, you have to put a big question mark over what is currently done. Talent loss from cultures merging, Flow over batch failing to be integrated into the psyche of a business and billions lost by Governments, Hospitals and Commercial entities about with stories of woe surrounding I.T.
Q. So what's missing?
That is what we'll hope to touch on in the show later today.
If you realise it's the effectiveness of 'the approach to change itself' that really makes the difference to sustainable organisational performance improvement (more than the content) and you'd like to hear the musings of a few people with extensive experience leading change, follow the link above and join us. See you there.
On the show today ...
Brenton Harder is Head of Business Productivity Improvement at
With decades of experience gained from building and leading business transformations in a range of industries across the globe, Brent’s command of operations, process, digital and quality has seen him drive transformations in organisations ranging in size from start-ups to multi-billion dollar Global 100 corporations.
David Howells is MD of Pacific, an international executive search firm operating out of London, New York and Sydney. With a background in economics and marketing, David specialises in managing search projects in the fields of Operational Management, Performance Improvement and Re-engineering, PMI, Restructuring and Turnaround.s.
David Bovis is MD of Duxinaroe, a change management consultancy firm based in the UK. David has spent over 20 years leading change across Europe, developing world-class manufacturing, Lean and Six Sigma programs and studying psychology and neuroscience to deliver a deeper understanding of organisational culture and performance.
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