Because getting change done is urgent and critical but wickedly hard, with even objectively brilliant plans being no match for the human reality of work.
It’s not robots that are killing your progress to automation.
A lack of ideas is not destroying your ability to innovate.
And if your operation is failing to evolve, it’s not just the fault of your operating model.
It is a matter of people, and how engaged and equipped they are for change.
And here is the crunch.
Managed badly, your people become an insurmountable barrier to change.
But managed well, they are the fastest and most effective route to transformation. Far faster and more effective than the slow, expensive reform of systems and processes.
The Change Course trains leaders like you to create, lead and manage the change you need with the people you’ve got.
It works because it teaches human skills alongside technical ones.
So, whatever change you’re looking to make, you can get it done fast.
You need this blend of human and technical skills now but who else teaches them?
Almost no one.
Business schools major on technical theory, but fail to address the practical human reality. Consultants are hooked on their own business model. Your autonomy is not their priority. And books and magazines talk to everyone’s problems, but nobody’s in particular.