People talk about change a great deal and there’s a thirst for knowledge in how to deliver better, more lasting change. There are models (many of which have valuable content) but – as I concluded in a recent talk I gave – getting better at change might just be asking the wrong question.
They need to run more trains!
A reason why many changes, transformations and projects stall: we didn’t know, or consider, where we were starting and how that impacts our approach.
Unlocking the Armoury
There’s a fight coming for your team, for your organisation. It might be a new competitor, a lost client, needing a new tech or a delivery disaster. Are you are positioned to give your teams and organisation their best chance?
That was quick thinking!
Quick thinking is essential for us to succeed in a busy, active world, however sometimes that same quick thinking can cause problems for us and that’s what we briefly examine in this article
All change! As you were!
In the last week, change seems to have been a theme in my conversations (notably…
Open Square joins the Tech Talent Charter
Open Square is delighted to join the Tech Talent Charter’s (TTC) commitment to diversity and…
Leading Teams in Complex Environments
Today’s workplace is constantly changing with new technologies, ways of working and heavy competition for…
Agility, Trust and Skill / Will
Quadrant warning: this article contains a few! But, as I experience more agile implementation and…