I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2010 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Management & Human Resources. During my university years I found a true passion f...
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People can be the greatest champions or the biggest threats to change in an organisation. So, getting them to buy-in and positively contribute to a change programme is crucial. After all, they are the ones who, day-to-day, will be delivering new and improved service on the front-line or running streamlined back office.
But how do you go bout putting people at the heart of this change? Do you involve them in determining how you change, or do you only communicate with them once you have your whole story straight? What is the people agenda that needs to be addressed, and who is responsible for driving it?
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