Agile Change Management

Agile Change Management Limited at The Living Room Coworking

Agile Change Management is dedicated to improve the understanding about business transformation and the planning, implementing and embedding of change. Building the capability for effective change management is a key differentiator in business performance. Change is now the norm and not the exception and the ability to implement change successfully and adapt to new working environments is a critical skill that must be instilled in everyone.

Here are the Agile Change Management talents working at The Living Room Coworking:

Melanie Franklin at The Living Room CoworkingMelanie takes a very practical approach to change, programme and project management with priority on the realisation of planned benefits, working closely with my clients to ensure that the desire to implement best practice does not result in bureaucracy for its own sake. Each solution that Melanie proposes is based on sound practical advice and experience with guidance on how it is likely to be received by staff, how resistance to change can be overcome and how stakeholders can be engaged from the outset. Melanie has a reputation for delivering complex information with humour and passion. Drawing on her wealth of practical experience to illustrate concepts, she engages her audience in lively debates on advantages and disadvantages of each approach. takes a very practical approach to change, programme and project management with priority on the realisation of planned benefits, working closely with my clients to ensure that the desire to implement best practice does not result in bureaucracy for its own sake. Each solution that Melanie proposes is based on sound practical advice and experience with guidance on how it is likely to be received by staff, how resistance to change can be overcome and how stakeholders can be engaged from the outset. Melanie has a reputation for delivering complex information with humour and passion. Drawing on her wealth of practical experience to illustrate concepts, she engages her audience in lively debates on advantages and disadvantages of each approach.