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In the increasingly inter-connected worlds of work and ‘life’, AI can no longer be ignored

Last week I attended CogX 2018 – a self-acclaimed festival of all things AI, ML, Blockchain and emerging technologies. The conference was huge, featuring over 4,000 people and 300 speakers across 5 stages, over 2 days. I was wearing two hats – one as a consultant … Read More

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Productivity: People are the last link in the chain

  LONDON — Productivity seems to be the word of the moment. It’s in newspapers, annual meetings and reports, worthy business studies, even politicians seem to be talking about it with great sincerity. It’s worth noting that it is being used to mean different things to … Read More

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How do you get leaders to play a more active role in change?

In an organisation where leaders are highly engaged in a change, the likelihood of that change succeeding is much higher. That seems self evident, yet all too often, that visible, active engagement by leaders proves elusive. Despite the significant upsides of leading change, there are many … Read More

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The high road to culture transformation

LONDON, March 2018 — The Harvard Business Review is easy to appreciate. (Even when it costs you CHF 27.50 in an airport.) But it can have you shouting at its unassuming pages too. This month’s edition is focused on culture. Which is timely enough. A quick … Read More

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Year-end budgets to spend — Make a change

For many leaders in business December brings the end of the fiscal year. With that comes the challenge of balancing the books for last year and projecting forward for next. How to spend your money? Where to invest? Did the year disappoint? Was there more you … Read More

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Private Equity and Change Management

LONDON  – Can we talk about money and business? In an honest way? Whether it is “activist investors” like Pershing Square, Third Point and the Blue Harbour Group or private equity firms like Blackstone, KKR and the Carlyle Group, our point of view is the same: It’s a good … Read More

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Business Organisation Enterprise Change Transformation Management…Buzzword Bingo

  Two things happened in the last week which have caused some concern and consternation at Able and How Towers. Firstly, I attended an event, which despite its success and value left me scratching my head. The event was on the topic of enterprise change management. I … Read More

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GDPR: Five test questions on managing the change

  LONDON, 17 November 2017 – You can expect to hear this acronym with increasing frequency and fervour over the next seven months. GDPR is more far-reaching and has more significant people and organisation implications that most will expect. To find out more about “What is … Read More

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OCtober ’17 Wrap Up

As you might have noticed, we’ve been discussing all things Organisational Change Management (OCM) recently. For the second year running, we dedicated an entire month to celebrating and promoting the discipline of Organisational Change. With our OCtober ’17 campaign, we aimed to enable debate, raise the profile, show … Read More

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“All change, please!”

LONDON, Tuesday 24 October 2017 – Change Leadership, as people know it, has reached the end of the line. There is now a new destination. Despite the obvious upsides to delivering more successful changes, many leaders and organisations struggle with change. Yet in an era of fail-fast business … Read More

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