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So what do we do?

Change is everywhere. The waves of change continue to crash at our feet as new technology allows us to achieve things previously unimaginable. And that pace of change is accelerating as developments such AI, Blockchain and even the Internet, to name just a few, combine to take us places we can’t even dream of yet. Change can feel both exciting and frightening and yet we’ll find a way to adapt as a race because it’s what we do. Our clients recognise that they need to change but just need a friendly and supportive hand to help them sail the best course through often stormy waters.

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Listening

Listening

It’s the key to increased wisdom but one of the hardest things to do properly

Learning

Learning

Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t

Communication

Communication

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion it has taken place

Action

Action

In the end we’re all judged on what we do and the difference we make to the world

Client Stories

International Music Company – Supply Chain Consolidation

Our journey with this client started with helping to make the case for change and establish some momentum. We then went on to play a key role in the delivery, driving the changes in process, systems and people behaviour, working closely with the senior business and IT sponsors to ensure the change continued to align closely to strategic goals. Read more

Say hello to… Alv Hill

Alv has bags of 'big cheese' consultancy under his belt and he puts all that to use on a daily basis with Applied Change. He is calm and steady and brings order out of chaos. He is an amazing project programme lead. Read more

What our clients say about us…

I have worked on a number of major media based company transitions and this was one of the best, a lot of it down to Mark and the Applied Change team. Read more

Tim Freeman, Head of Credit at Cinram UK

How to ease the pain of change

Change in the workplace can be painful and has many parallels with the grieving process. A little empathy can go a long way towards helping colleagues adapt. Read more