Changing how we think about change: summary

Changing how we think about change: summary
Document type
Summary
Author(s)
Scott, Susie; Wright, Tim
Publisher
Corven Networks
Date of publication
15 April 2013
Subject(s)
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This summary is based on research undertaken by Corven Networks into why many change initiatives fail. It suggests that change management approaches themselves are often unsuitable for today’s change programmes, and that many organisations continue to underinvest in developing the capabilities and skills to deliver them effectively. Furthermore many organisations confuse change management with programme management and treat it as a workstream that can be bolted on to a project or programme to handle the people issues. The research is based on in-depth interviews and a survey 

The summary provides the main findings and recommendations as well as the Table of Contents of the full report, which is a priced publication available from Corven.

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