Category Archives: Managing Change

Organisation Change: You need to drill below the surface

It was a beautiful morning in the IFSC. The temperature reading in the car was a glorious 24 degrees (there might be some form of in-built thermostat in Irish people that makes 24 almost perfect). I walked along the river, … Continue reading

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Grasping the Change Nettle: How Vodafone got it Right

Someone recently asked me: “What percentage of your time do you spend on strategic projects versus time spent on A&E type stuff?” Because Tandem Consulting are primarily in the Organization Development business, I would like to have responded that it’s … Continue reading

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Water, Water Everywhere and not a drop to Tax: How ‘Not To’ Manage Change

The government are on a sticky wicket with regard to the €100 euro household charge. At the time of writing, a huge wedge of people haven’t signed up to register for payment. The entire ‘left-wing-alliance’ is backing a campaign to … Continue reading

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The Transformation Roadmap: New Book on Managing Change is Launched

Q: When is a blog not really a blog? A: When it’s an advertisement! I don’t normally do overt ‘selling’, but indulge me this week. My new book on managing change (The Transformation Roadmap) will be launched on Thursday, April … Continue reading

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Remind Me: How do you Manage Change?

Picture the scene. You are driving out to meet a group of executives in a financial services company to discuss ‘change management’. They have a reputation for being tough and you’re preparing for a grilling. What will you say to … Continue reading

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