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How to Manage the Human Aspect of System Change

‘70% of Change Initiatives fail due to People Issues’. This compelling headline on system change is usually attributed to McKinsey from almost 20 years ago; although there have been similar claims since. Unfortunately, this statistic seems to have been repeated over the years with little significant improvement.

Respected industry bodies such as Harvard Business Review and Forbes Magazine continue to reinforce the claim that large scale change still isn’t delivering the kind of value that it was put in place to achieve. So why is delivering system change so difficult?

In this webinar, we will discuss why change initiatives fail, and how to take measures to manage the human aspect to enable you to enable system change effectively.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Hear from Business Psychologist and CEO of Actus as she explains the reason why system change can often fail and how we can succeed instead.
  • Understand the psychology behind resistance to change.
  • Learn how Kotter’s Change Model was used by a large pharmaceuticals company with 5000 international staff to implement system change.
  • Find out how you can use Kotter’s Change Model to become #HRChangeAgents.

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