Monthly Archives: August 2012

When people are asked to change, a lot rides on their willingness to trust those who are doing the asking.  This is true across the spectrum of change – from asking your baby brother to taste a new type of … Continue reading

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Organisations invest much time, effort and money in bringing about change, often through large capital projects. But do the returns justify the investment? Are we really getting what we want when we set out to change things? Many case studies … Continue reading

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