Recovering your change programme

You can feel it in your bones – something isn’t right.

As programme and change professionals, we have all been there. That gradual realisation that a change programme, or an entire transformation, is slipping out of control and needs recovering. The implications of calling out the problem are significant – admitting to increased costs and eroding benefits and then dealing with increased exec attention and potentially personal recriminations.


Act now, before you become part of the problem

It doesn’t have to be like that. Instead of waiting for things to happen to you, take control and make it happen. Act with strength and act now while you can still recover. If done in the right way, following a robust approach and with the right capability by your side, this can be seen as a successful reset, not a recovery failure.

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POSTED BY: David Knappett - Consulting Director


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