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Continuous Change – Is this our destination?

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Reading the current output of the major research organisations, it’s clear that we are navigating a time of change. Understanding the challenges we face, the need for agility in leveraging opportunities presented and addressing rapidly evolving threats requires a shift in the way we currently view change. Continue reading Continuous Change – Is this our destination?

Change Management – oil tanker captains need not apply

A body will preserve its velocity and direction so long as no force acts on it.

We learn this principal long before we learn the law that describes it. We instinctively understand this for physical objects around us, and for ourselves. We prepare our hand to catch a fast moving object, we anticipate the outcome of two cars heading towards impact, we play on a pinball machine.

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The contract as a project initiation document: are we missing something?

During a recent conversation with a project manager, we covered the lifecycle of the Statement of Work (SoW). We discussed the usual ground of the challenge in collecting the habits, old wives’ tales and superstitious practices that makes up a sizeable percentage of working processes and got to the stage of discussing the move of this work to a new provider.

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