Change at Curium

Change at Curium

We don’t talk in change management jargon.
We talk about what we actually do.

 

Curium drives through the benefits of change. Whether that’s cost savings, operational transformations or capturing the hearts and minds of your people.

 

Which means starting at the end.

Beginning with the end in mind

 

You may already have decided what you want to change and how you want to change it. But have you really questioned ‘why’?

 

It’s easy to get caught up with “what” is being delivered, without properly understanding the change you are trying to bring about on the back of it.

 

We begin any change management project with the end game firmly in mind. What problem are you trying to solve? Do you have the resources to deliver? Are you set up to sustain the change?  We start by assessing what benefits you want the change to bring. Then we can work through what we need to do to realise them.

 

The business impact of bringing about the change is central to everything we do.

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Goals

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We have one more choice to make on Brexit

24/06/2016 by James in General

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Curium is on the move again…

17/06/2016 by Lesley in General

Due to the continued expansion of Curium we have outgrown our current office space.   We are all moving to pastures new in fact we are actually moving back to where it all began for Curium in Church Street (well almost...

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3 reasons to go Agile, and 1 reason you might not

10/06/2016 by Donna in General

The traditional Waterfall approach takes each stage of a project in turn, and cannot progress to the next stage until the previous has been completed. In contrast, Agile approaches split the project into small batches th...

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