Brief summary of my research on organisational learning and change.
Find out about our new bursary to study the Scottish Approach to Public Services.
For many people the summer holidays are a time to catch up with some reading. For me this largely involves Julia Donaldson books. But recently I discovered a new favourite – Yertle the Turtle. Here is why it should be required reading in every Business School.
Let’s focus on the things we can change, embrace the opportunities that we have to make change happen, and celebrate the fact that we all can make a difference.
Change is an emotional process. Any change whether personal, organisational or indeed constitutional is likely to feed into our hopes, dreams, anxieties or fears. The extent to which change can be an emotional process is particularly apparent when we are not in control of the change process. So it is for over 48% of the UKContinue reading “The Emotional Impact of Brexit”
Abstracts for papers presented at ‘Leading Change in Public Services’, 13 May 2016.
Change management literature is full of nonsense. It’s time for some critical debate.
As reported last week someone has finally claimed the second outstanding Lotto prize of £33m. That’s a lot of money! Certainly more than I can imagine. But what about £107m, £100m or £46m? These are the amounts of money that Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Highland Councils respectively have to save over the next five years, two years and three years. That’s likeContinue reading “Call for Abstracts – Leading Change in Public Services”