The Change Exchange endeavours to discuss the hot topics that are top of mind for leaders and organizations today in the face of change. Our goal is to provide meaningful conversation around the change landscape, clear-cut solutions and desired impacts.
| L’objectif de la série Entretien sur le changement est de présenter les principales préoccupations actuelles des leaders et des organisations face au changement. Nous voulons discuter de sujets pertinents au contexte des changements et aux solutions claires ainsi qu’aux effets souhaités.
Two Speed Organizations
In today’s business landscape, how are organizations able to focus on adaptability and agility while continuing to drive scale and efficiency? Faced with ever-increasing external threats, organizations may need to take bold steps to accelerate growth. In this episode, Change Exchange host Kate Morican sits down with Mark Reid and Hetal Pandya to discuss the Two Speed Organization and how this model helps transform organizations to survive in our rapidly changing environment and resolve tensions between operating at scale and being agile.
Change Centers of Excellence (CoE)
With the increasing pace of change, organizations are rapidly pivoting services and operating models, impacting their change strategy. In this episode of the Change Exchange, host Kate Morican and her guests discuss how change centers of excellence (CoE) are becoming key to executing organization strategy. Kate is joined by Kat Lee and Emily Boudreau, both Deloitte Canada partners in the organization transformation practice. With her guests, Kate will discuss the definition of a change CoE, and how that changes for different organizations, how to get clear of the value it will deliver and the operating models and structures to be in place to ensure success with a change CoE.
Deloitte 2020 Global Human Capital Trends
The Deloitte Human Capital Trends report is a keystone thoughtware piece developed by Deloitte, now in its tenth annual installment. In this episode, Change Exchange, host Kate Morican sits down with Aaron Groulx, who leads Deloitte’s HR Transformation Advisory practice, to discuss the 2020 Human Capital Trends Report, titled Leading the Social Reinvent With a Human Focus. Aaron and Kate dive into the trends and discuss how Aaron sees these trends come alive and be applied in our workforce now. Listen now to hear from Aaron and Kate as they discuss how organizations and individuals can rethink our working world with a human focus.
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Transformation ultimately boils down to changing human behaviour. But humans are complex, and changing behaviour can be hard. In this episode, we are sitting down with James Healy, Behaviour First lead from the Australian firm, and Victoria Bovaird, national Transformational Change lead for Canada, to discuss Deloitte’s Behaviour First methodology and how it can be embedded into transformation. Listen as they translate findings from academia into tangible action for organizations in nudging stakeholders to change behaviours.
Click here for the Deloitte Behaviour First intro video.
Click here for the Deloitte Behaviour First blog post.
Network Analysis in Organizations and How It Relates to Change Management
In today’s world of disruption, organizations need to embrace the non-traditional. One essential element for success is to understand the informal structures within the organization using organizational network analysis. In this episode, we are sitting down with Mark Reid and Victoria Bovaird, national leaders of organizational design and transformational change, respectively to discuss organizational Network Analysis and how it relates to an organization’s transformation. Listen now to hear Kate Morican and her guests discuss the importance of network analysis, balancing these invisible networks with the traditional model and how analysis can help drive transformation.
Leading Change Virtually
Before the pandemic of COVID-19 hit Canada, Keli Whidden, Director of the Deloitte Transformation practice was developing and designing change projects virtually. On this episode of the Change Exchange, Kate sits down with Keli, to discuss the new requirement to lead virtually, how to best execute transformation in our new world, and what the human implications of this truly are. Keli shares details on their pragmatic understanding of working with individuals through this difficult time, co-creation of the client process, and shares practical learnings on tools and tactics. Listen now to hear from Keli and Kate as they discuss these realities; some difficult but some daring and hopeful.