May 9, 2014 by Michael Rayner
In Parts two & three we looked at ‘Areas for Change’ and ‘Why Change’, the fourth and final post in a series of four the risks associated with change. There will be many but there will always be a solution, some will be easy to identify and implement, whilst others will be more challenging. A risk in a project sense is an outcome that causes a change whether that change has a benefit or adverse effect on the running of a business. Each change made is a risk.
April 11, 2014 by Michael Rayner
In Part 2 of this series, we reviewed areas for change management across a number of business functions, demonstrating that they were all affected by the information and data made available by telematics. In Part 3, we’re looking at Why Change? It is important that we have already established what areas could be a focus […]
March 18, 2014 by Michael Rayner
Changing your fleet stretches far beyond operations and fleet management, impacting many other areas of the business. So how exactly do you identify these areas for change in your business? Michael Rayner explains how in his latest post.
February 14, 2014 by Michael Rayner
Change is happening at an ever increasing pace in the modern world. Your business needs to adapt to it. But necessary adjustments can become bogged down by technical challenges and entrenched interests. How can you put together an effective plan for managing organisational change, to get the best out of your people and business?