Understanding why people behave as they do - to improve change delivery, 9th June 2016, research report slides available

Save for later

Favourite

Posted by APM on 14th Jun 2016

On Thursday 9th June 2016 the Enabling Change SIG hosted an update from the volunteer research team comprising Parag Gogate, Rod Willis and Carole Osterweil. The research piece 'Understanding why people behave as they do - to improve change delivery' was first submitted as a proposal in March 2015 with and now is in the analysis stage.

The research authors have very kindly allowed their material to be made available for viewing below.
The slides are also available in our APM resources area and also below for reference.
 

{{comments.length}}CommentComments
{{item.AuthorName}}

{{item.AuthorName}} {{item.AuthorName}} says on {{item.DateFormattedString}}:

Share this page

Recommended blogs

Save for later

Favourite

Save for later

Favourite

Recommended news

Event

How capable are you in managing change? The Change Management Institute's competency framework Webinar, 6 December 2016

7 December 2016

The Enabling Change SIG webinar enabled delegates to find out about the CMI’s competency framework, presented by Melanie Franklin.

Save for later

Favourite

Join APM

Sign up to the APM Newsletter.