‘eNgaging Change’
Leading Change Effectively
Nick Fewings, Managing Director, Ngagementworks
Ngagementworks exists to part...
Fact: 70% of business change fails
to achieve desired goals
2. Lack of understanding of team skills
3. Lack of effective e...
Extract Of Research Data
Sector
Project
Team
Size
Project
Timescal
e
Issue 1 Issue 2 Issue 3
Oil & Gas 100 3 years Communi...
Objectives
To introduce a colourful model of human behaviours that will
allow you to:
• Understand behavioural differences...
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  • <Put up first level answers only>
    As you can see, it seems to be the people issues
    <Second level wordings>
    There are simple solutions/rules to assist successful change - how do you score so far???
  • What are the top 4 reasons what change fails?
    The common denominator????????<Next Slide>
  • All through the Insights colour model
    Day is time for you – some inward looking – some outward
  • eNgaging Change - Leading Change Effectively

    1. 1. ‘eNgaging Change’ Leading Change Effectively Nick Fewings, Managing Director, Ngagementworks Ngagementworks exists to partner with organisations to deliver cutting-edge, experiential learning programmes that engage individuals and motivate teams and in doing so transform them and enable them to achieve greater success.
    2. 2. Fact: 70% of business change fails to achieve desired goals 2. Lack of understanding of team skills 3. Lack of effective engagement with stakeholders 1. Lack of strong leadership Source: NAO/OGC – Know yourself – Know your team – Know your audience
    3. 3. Extract Of Research Data Sector Project Team Size Project Timescal e Issue 1 Issue 2 Issue 3 Oil & Gas 100 3 years Communication Many sub-sites Size of stakeholder community (5,000) Transportation 50 with 500 contractors 1 year Diverse Stakeholder Groups Strengths of project team Storage (Central London) Medical 40 3-4 years Stakeholder Communication External vendor relationships Resistance Telecoms 25 - 250 3-4 years Lack of corporate leadership Stakeholder Buy-in Lack of planning and scope creep
    4. 4. Objectives To introduce a colourful model of human behaviours that will allow you to: • Understand behavioural differences and needs • Think about how your team may help or hinder stakeholder management • Consider how this knowledge may be used to manage change more effectively by obtaining buy-in and commitment from your stakeholders
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    6. 6. For More Slides Visit http://community.mile.org/index.php/downloads/fi
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