Monthly Archives: October 2009

I believe that many organisations err in being too casual about their change history. I also believe that the cumulative change history of an organisation is probably one of the most reliable predictors of its success with future change, and … Continue reading

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by Ivan Overton. We often use the metaphor of stakeholders “being on board”.  However, how communication is managed on large projects may not always  lead to this outcome. If you want all of your stakeholders to come on board, your train … Continue reading

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