In this #BACommunity webinar we were joined by Almudena Rodriguez Pardo, who gave a practical and interesting presentation about Objectives & Key Results (OKRs). The session was recorded, and can
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In advance of the upcoming #irmBCT Business Change & Transformation conference, we caught up with Cynthia Davis to discuss diversity, inclusion, and many other topics besides. You can view the video below.
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We are pleased to announce that Adrian Reed, Principal Consultant at Blackmetric, will be speaking at BA-Day in Frankfurt in May 2019. Adrian will present a half-day session entitled “Systems
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Adrian Reed, Principal Consultant at Blackmetric recently presented at the Building Business Capability conference in San Antonio, Texas. Whilst he was there, he was interviewed by Filip Hendrickx of altershape. During
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As experienced change practitioners, I’m sure we’ve all worked on projects that have been difficult. The unfortunate truth is that some projects gain so much momentum, they become “too big to fail”. These projects steamroll their way through organisations, and have a tendency to displace anyone that dares to challenge them.
Sometimes when working closely on a project, it is difficult to see the warning signs. However, it is worth carrying out a project “health check” every now and then, to check for danger signs. If you see any significant warning signals, then you might need to take some serious (and unpopular) corrective action. Five such signals are discussed below:
Asking the right questions and framing problems carefully is an important part of project definition and organisational change. Often organisations frame problems in a way which constricts or constrains potential
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