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Creating Change Ready Teams by Vivienne Edgecombe

It’s a well-worn phrase from Heraclitus:

“Everything changes and nothing stands still”

or otherwise translated: the only constant is change.

If that’s the case, change should be no surprise to anyone.  It’s an everyday, ordinary thing – one could go so far as to say it’s the nature of life - so why do so many teams (and entire organisations) struggle to implement change smoothly?   

A Great Strategy is Useless Without Great Leaders By Roderic Yapp

A Great Strategy is Useless Without Great Leaders

It doesn’t matter how great the strategy is if the leadership can’t execute it…

I have had a few requests from people asking to contribute to this blog. This is the first time that I have accepted though. I think JB (who wishes to remain anonymous) has a strong understanding of what is required to be a great leader and I am happy to have her contribute. Enjoy.

'Where should a change delivery team sit within an organisational structure?’

BTN Event

On Tuesday 7th July Annapurna Change hosted its third Thought Leadership Round Table event at the Soho Hotel, in the heart of vibrant London. 
Hosted by Tony McKenna, Global Transformation Director of GSK, 22 Professionals representing Senior Change leadership in the UK came together to discuss the topic:

‘Where should a change delivery team sit within an organisational structure?’ 

The evening’s discussion points: 
•    How does an organisations’ structure alter the effectiveness of a change delivery team? 

Where should a Central Change Team Sit

Change Team

On Wednesday 22 April Annapurna Change hosted its second Thought Leadership Round Table event at the iconic Hamyard Hotel.

Hosted by Dereck Gannon, COO of Comic Relief, 19 Professionals representing Senior Change leadership in the UK came together to discuss the topic  

Where should a central change team sit and how does the organisational structure impact this?