Putting it into practice: the acid test of strategic change

I’m very pleased to have recently joined the Open University Business School and I am looking forward to interacting with you at this event to discuss a research passion of mine, namely the successful implementation of strategic change. Together with insights from our guest speakers, senior managers who come from a wide variety of organisations,Continue reading “Putting it into practice: the acid test of strategic change”

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Change Management questionnaire

This quarter, Business Perspectives focuses on strategic change management. We would like to gather your views on and experience of change management through a short questionnaire which will help inform discussions at our event on 11 July on “Putting it into practice: the acid test of strategic change“. At the event, speakers from Cisco andContinue reading “Change Management questionnaire”

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Business Perspectives event: Change Management Masterclass

“Putting it into practice: the acid test of strategic change” Thursday, 11 July 2013. DoubleTree by Hilton, Tower of London. The OUBS is delighted to announce the fourth event in the Business Perspectives series – a Change Management Masterclass. Led by David Wilson, Professor in Organisation Studies and Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship at TheContinue reading “Business Perspectives event: Change Management Masterclass”

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Connecting the dots: institutional theory and organisational management

Guest blogger: Professor Brian Smith, Visiting Research Fellow at The Open University Business School, Adjunct Professor at SDA Bocconi in Milan. When I was a young graduate trainee, I sometimes wondered how it felt to be one of those senior guys (they were almost always men then) whose word was law and who seemed toContinue reading “Connecting the dots: institutional theory and organisational management”

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Is your change going to fail?

Guest blogger: Anthony Greenfield, Director and Founder – The 5 Forces of Change When you look back on your change 6 months after its gone live, will you be glowing with pride or wondering where it all went wrong? Don’t wait to find out – do something now! When it comes to organisational change there’sContinue reading “Is your change going to fail?”

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