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How to stay afloat in times of organisational change [Video]

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coping with organisational change

In this video I look at 3 things you can do to help calm the overwhelm when the business seems to be changing around you more quickly than you can keep up!

I talk about making sure change management, risk management and day to day operations on projects go as smoothly as possible, freeing you up to cope with whatever project-related changes are being thrown your way.

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Posted on: June 14, 2020 06:51 AM | Permalink

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Thanks for sharing., very interesting.

Impressive!Thanks for the post.

Very interesting and informative. Thanks for sharing.

Very interesting and informative. Thanks for sharing!

Interesting topic n thank you for sharing

As you say, Elizabeth, it is important that change management first principles underpin the things we do. And, thinking about how we will embed the change at the Project, Program or Portfolio level is crucial. Most certainly. A great video. Many thanks.


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