As you know, change is difficult in most organisations. The notion of following the path of least resistance in the norm and it often seems easiest to just keep doing what has always been done. 

In our modern professional environments, change is a necessity, particularly when it comes to driving efficiency in an organisation.

Effective change management is imperative, especially when introducing new technologies or updating processes in an organisation. We are regularly involved with the change management process with our clients and we want to share our knowledge with you based on this experience.

We have combined some of this knowledge in our change management articles that you can have access to below. 

We hope that these articles are of interest and useful to you and your change initiatives.


The Change Curve is a popular and powerful model used to understand the stages of personal transition and organisational change. It helps you predict how people will react to change, so that you can help them make their own personal transitions and make sure that they have the help and support they need.

This article will explore the "Change Curve" and will offer information on how to mitigate against the almost-certain change resistance...

Getting people to change the way they work can often be challenging for thought leaders and senior management alike. Buy-in is critical to making organisational change happen, especially when you’re building support for a new technology initiative. But it’s not always easy to get everyone on board.

In this article we will discuss the reasons people resist change – and how to use neuroscience to your advantage.....