Monthly Archives: March 2009

by Ivan Overton. “She said it grieves me so to see you in such pain I wish there was something I could do to make you smile again I said I appreciate that and would you please explain About the … Continue reading

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What makes a good change manager? This is a question that my senior colleagues and I have asked ourselves on several occasions – when trying to figure out how to improve the recruitment and development processes in our change management … Continue reading

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by Holger Nauheimer. For a long time of my life as a trainer, I refused to use Power Point presentations. In the trainers trainings I gave, I usually introduced the concept of death by PP early in the course. But … Continue reading

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Once upon a time, not so long ago, change management was the Cinderella of the corporate ball. Change practitioners really had their work cut out for them simply just to get through the organisational front door with change management. For … Continue reading

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by Ivan Overton. My first exposure to the concept of Change Readiness Assessment (CRA) was in the early nineties, when I was working for a large manufacturing company, at that time as a project team member charged with change management … Continue reading

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by Ivan Overton. So it seems the blog bug has bitten – I’m back sooner than I thought… I’ve noticed (or perhaps I should say it has on occasion been brought rather forcibly to my attention) that change management is … Continue reading

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by Ivan Overton. This is my first tentative entry into the field of blogging – always wanted to, but like scuba diving or horse riding, I just never quite got to doing it. I’ve read many other blogs, including the writings of … Continue reading

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