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Managing the Speed of Change: a recording of our webinar

The ability to respond to change is key to an organisation remaining viable and competitive, but what does it take to respond at pace?

So how can your organisation manage change to remain viable and competitive?

Join Marie-Clare Pedersen as she talks about:

• Why it feels like change is happening faster
• The factors affecting the speed of change
• Change vs. transformation
• What organisations can do to increase their agility

Questions about managing the speed of change?

If you have any questions about this topic, you can reach the PMI team at team@pmi.co.uk.

Next time, why not ask your questions in real-time and join our next PMI Friday Webinar LIVE. You can register for our upcoming webinars here:

Getting the Best from your Performance Huddles


Free Interactive Webinar
27 may 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join the PMI Operations Team as they host their huddle LIVE, revealing their secrets for success. Discover:
  • What makes a successful performance huddle
  • How to avoid common mistakes
  • How you can benefit

The Importance of great stakeholder engagement to power improvement


Free Interactive Webinar
24 June 15:00 UK TIME
  • Our panel of experienced leaders share their insights, including:
  • Examples from their careers
  • The pitfalls
  • The success factors

More resources that might interest you

In recent times, many organisations have made changes at a pace they would never have considered possible. Warren Knight shares his theories on what effect the current climate is having and what are we learning about creating and sustaining energy for improvement, change, and opportunities.

Watch now: Harnessing the Driving Force of Change webinar recording

An insightful model showing how we need to take into account the emotional impact of change on our stakeholders.

View now: The Response to Change Model

Sometimes people just don’t want to change how they do things! How do you work with people who are negative and against any changes?  This blog offers some strategies for getting adversaries on board with change.

Read now: How do you Work with People who are Against Change?