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Managing successful M&A programmes

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Mergers and Acquisitions can lead to significant and sometimes highly sensitive change programmes that involve more than one organisation and sometimes very different cultures. In this, the next in our Expert Series, we discuss why both the deal rationale and the right type of due diligence are the building blocks for a successful post acquisition…

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As-Is & To-Be for large scale business transformation

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When a business is looking to change their commercial focus, it usually involves a new operating model and a degree of structural re-organisation. In this, the next in our Expert Series, we look at how the As-Is and To-Be approach will guide you, and why it’s important to get the org structure confirmed and agreed…

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Bridging the Gap: Transforming IT

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So many business transformations involve IT. Whether that’s IT being asked to enable a new business strategy, or a new technology emerging that in itself becomes your new product or service, your IT team are vital to its success. In this Expert Series we share the top tips for transforming IT teams, systems or architecture…

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Payroll Transformation: Know Your Requirements

Employee perks and benefits are differentiators for your employer brand. But there’s nothing more emotive than someone’s pay – and getting payroll wrong can have far reaching implications. In this expert series, we look at why the requirements for transforming payroll are so often rushed, and how investing as much time in getting them right…

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Payroll Change – The Key Steps To Success

The Key Steps To Success A company’s payroll system is critical to the successful running of the business, working behind the scenes to ensure each employee receives the correct amount of pay, at the right time. Once the system is set up, many parts can be automated, to reduce errors and delays. But why change?…

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Realising tangible benefits from business change

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One of the things that gives change management a bad name, is just how frequently businesses embark on change programmes that promise much but deliver few tangible benefits in return for the business investment. In this, the next in our next expert series, we tackle the important topic of benefits realisation and how you can…

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Training for successful change

Training is a crucial part of any change programme. It is often considered as a short stage at the end of the project but, after investing so much time, money and effort in planning and implementing a system or service change, it’s important to remember that the people involved in the day-to-day tasks need to…

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Using technology to change behaviour

If there’s one question everyone asks about change, it’s “how do I get people to adopt it?” You’ve launched the new system, process, or product – but your employees are still doing things the same way they always have. They persist with the clunky manual workarounds they always used to complain about, or refuse to…

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Working collaboratively for inclusive change

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We’ve all experienced situations where an external consultant joins to help make improvements only to then work separately from the project team. It always feels like they’re basing their decisions on data analysis or the top-down view, not as part of the team doing the work today and after the change has happened. In this…

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On demand webinar: Does Payroll Need KPIs?

Join us as we launch the Payroll KPIs whitepaper. Every department in every organisation needs a set of metrics by which to assess effectiveness, measure strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The intention of these measures, or Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is, of course, to highlight improvements that can be made. So, why haven’t payroll professionals…

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