BREXIT means transition and change

BREXIT means transition and change

The UK and Europe is in the process of going through a divorce. Everywhere you read at the moment there seems to be conflict, confusion, dissident and mud slinging. Both between and within the UK and EU. There seems still to be a sense that the UK might actually never leave the EU. Within the UK, we are asking ourselves questions like: What if we stayed in? Did we really know what we signed up for? Is this what we want?

Out with the old and (if you’re not careful) back in with the old……

Out with the old and (if you’re not careful) back in with the old……

The start of the New Year is the time most people undertake some considered and introspective thinking. Pondering, approaching and dealing with challenges, current and new.

Unfortunately, approaching these thoughts with the same thinking that has created them in the first place, often leads to unsatisfactory outcomes.

So, this seems the ideal time to share some of Transition Dynamics strategies for approaching ambiguity and the unknown.

Resource Churn

Resource Churn

There are many reasons why businesses see staff churn. A change in operating model, new regulations, mergers and/or acquisitions, to name just a few. Whatever the cause, there are always many hidden factors and unforeseen implications beyond just simple monetary costs.