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In a large and complex transformation program Scottish Water’s People Experience team realised being able to bring data based visualisations for the leadership team was key to highlight hotspots of change, and to enable proactive prioritisation.
Come and listen to the Scottish Water Transformation People Experience team talk about how they built a decision making tool visualising the impact for their people across the business.
In a large and complex transformation program they realised being able to bring data based visualisations for the leadership team was key to highlight hotspots of change, and to enable proactive prioritisation.
Hear about the journey they embarked on to design, prototype, gather the data and build the tool, and what they learnt along the way.
In celebration of the release of the 2nd edition of the Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK™), we are hosting a monthly event series for members to discuss each chapter and bring it to life with practical examples and tips and tricks.
In this session hosted by the UK chapter we will venture into Chapter 13 – Organisational Context.
We will review the CMBoK content of this chapter and discuss the critical elements of awareness for professional Change Managers. Our focus will be on the relationship between the change manager and Human Resources, considering safety, health and wellbeing during change, financial management for change managers, lean methods and process optimisation and Agile Change and Human Centred Design principles.
Barbara Collins and Lyam Crosdale our UK chapter co-leads will facilitate the session which will be supported by accredited change managers and expert speakers. We will discuss real life experiences and share our own views in small breakout discussion groups.
Members at all levels tell us they have gained significant value from the insights and experiences shared in these CMBoK Chapter Deep Dive sessions.
We look forward to welcoming you to the conversation!
How do the concepts of neuroinclusion relate to the work we do as change managers? Why is this important to how we engage with our audiences?
Join the Tasmania chapter for this virtual event where our guest speaker Natalie Phillips-Mason, Founder of Inclusive Change invites you to engage with a discussion on what we can learn from neuroinclusive practices.
During this session you will discover: