Category: Organisational Change Management

Changing Workspaces and How They Affect You

By Jo Bagg

With the 9-5 work day on its way out, a new, flexible leadership strategy is more important than ever. Most Australians check their work emails outside of work hours. So how does the line blurring between work and play affect the workplace of the future?

Tips for When Peers Become Managers

By TMS Consulting

Employees work at all levels of an organisation and inevitably, some will rise in ranks while others will not. Moving up in an organisation has its challenges and the chances that you will also be managing your former peers are very high. There could be frustration, jealousy or even hostility from some former colleagues…

Tips for Surviving an Open Plan Office

By Alison Van Der Wiel

Moving to a new office layout means that you may need to operate differently in order to thrive. Here are a few tips to surviving an open plan office.

Planning your change when it seems too big to handle

By Alison Van Der Wiel

Where do you start your change planning when its big, has lots of moving parts and everyone’s involved but no one wants to take accountability? It’s a bit like the quote: How do you eat an elephant? The answer – one bite at a time! With your change project, it can seem overwhelming, where do you start and how do you get the job done.