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In this edition we focus on business transformation and change; the process, the techniques and who you need on your team to create a unity of purpose and deliver change successfully.

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Change management is a fundamental part of every project and, every day, companies face changes, such as launching a new product, or restructuring the organization.  By Hydra

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How to create a team driven by a unity of purpose. By Francesca Valli.


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As Frank Sinatra would say, "you can’t have one without the other". Change management, often seen as the fluffy part of transformation, is the "love" to the "marriage" of vision, strategy and IT. By Consultancy UK


Three Ways Empathy Can Enhance Your Change Management Technique

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The real challenge of change management is working against emotion: fear, the ultimate vulnerability. By Forbes.

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Launching major transformation efforts is a common way that business leaders try to get a leg up on the competition, or just keep their heads above water. By HBR.

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Are you finding that changing customer requirements means that you need to adjust your project delivery methodology? By Hydra.

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