Monthly Archives: February 2016

Design published on 08/02/2016 by David Baker

Initially I’d a solid desire to publish but could not suit some publishing occasion into my already jampacked everyday routine. Presenting explanations that are term papers written for you boring, creating an alibi or involving in self pity had become the purchase of your day. Having a lot of thought I concluded that there have

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Let me tell you a story… published on 03/02/2016 by John Edmonds - Head of Training

The power of narrative in influencing change A few years’ ago researchers at Carnegie Mellon University conducted a study. The research team offered $5 to students to complete a survey on technology – although the survey was actually incidental to the real purpose of the study as we will see. At the end of the

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Change Capability – Focus on Change published on 03/02/2016 by Robert Cole

About the author Managing Director of the Centre for Change Management and Associate Trainer at pearcemayfield. As an experienced coach, consultant and trainer in organisational change, he works extensively with business and government and is also a valued long term associate trainer with pearcemayfield. 4 key skills and competence areas to improve the performance and efficiency of an

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Permission to fail?… Permission granted! published on 02/02/2016 by Richard Rose - Director of Finance and Information

From time immemorial organisations have given their project managers permission to fail. This is generally through their constant inability to contain their urges when it comes to change. This manifests itself in time and cost overruns, not always with appropriate authorisation. Through poor control by senior managers, their project managers have inherited the wisdom that

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