A few months ago the Jenrick Team were fortunate to attend a presentation given by Daryll Scott of My Noggin, an expert in Change Management. Daryll recently created a Whitepaper which provides a wonderful insight into this (very emotive) subject, which we felt was an excellent resource to share with our audience. Introduction:

"If you think about it, the term ‘Change Management’ is slightly unhelpful. It’s reactive. It supposes that the change has already happened and you now need to manage it; like managing nuclear fallout - we are accepting that ‘the horse has already bolted’ and we are there to ‘lock the stable door’. Consider the difference between ‘managing change’ and ‘provoking change’ or influencing change’ – the latter are clearly more pro-active and more organic. We all know that, no matter how sensible or well intended the change, it will succeed or fail as a result of how people react to it and how they behave after the change is implemented – so rather than dealing with change like a necessary evil; how can we shift our intentions to creating compelling, contagious change?" Introduction written by Daryll Scott, Change Agent (for) & joint Managing Director (of) 'Use Your Noggin Ltd'

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