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Last week I was giving our grass its first cut of the year and I realised that my mowing method was actually reflecting my personality and working style in a way that I had not noticed before.
In a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change.
In the second of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 1 is: Establish a Sense of Urgency.
In the third of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 2: Create the Guiding Coalition.
In the fifth of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 4: Communicate the vision for buy-in.
In the sixth of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 5: Empower broad-based action.
In the sixth of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 6: Generate short-term wins.
In the seventh of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 7: Don't let up.
In the eighth of a series of joint posts Jooli Atkins FBCS CITP and Susanna Way MBCS look at the Kotter eight step process of successful change. Step 8: Make it stick.
'I was delighted to see the creation of a new Specialist Group – the Business Change SG http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=conWebDoc.27790 because it is, in my opinion, an underestimate area. As a training practitioner in IT I see my role firmly in the Business Change arena (which is why I was so upset with SFIA – but don’t get me back on that one!). '

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