At Change Associates we have found from our work with the private and public sectors that becoming a truly customer-centric organisation requires vital building blocks which we have grouped under the following five areas.Go
Customer experience has become the arena in which twenty-first century organisations are competing, structuring themselves and shaping their strategies, with the bar being set high by organisations such as ASOS, John Lewis, Zappos. But how does this apply to the customers of local government? Can – and should - a resident’s experience of finding out the dates of their bank holiday bin collec...Go
Digital transformation is bringing more with it than new IT strategies and tools. It requires fundamental business change and new ways of collaborating and delivering services within the business. This places HR leaders and their teams in a business-critical position to become drivers of change.Go
As the rate of change accelerates and the type of change becomes more diverse so the ubiquity of business transformation will become even greater. And organisations will need to get much better at handling it. How can they do this?
As the pace of change continues to accelerate, so the type of change is also becoming ever more diverse. Digital, generational, cultural – each type of change brings with it new demands for new solutions. What remains consistent though is the now routine task of prioritising services in the face of funding reductions and this never becomes easier. At Change Associates we work across the UK publi...
The Change Associates leadership event on the 20th September welcomed over 50 guests, associates and an expert panel. The event, "A New Kind of Leader", was an opportunity to gather a wider range of inputs for the research before releasing the full report later this year. To date we've had 8 key themes emerge on the drivers for a new kind of leadership, covering environmental, generational and org...
Political, educational and business leaders need to embrace ‘digital’ to the point where its use as an adjective becomes almost redundant. For this to happen, a new form of intelligence needs to be cultivated.