Helena Pilling

Put people at the centre of your ERP implementation

How to fully realise the potential of your new ERP system As organisations exit the turbulence of 2020 and grasp the realisation that we’re living in a very different world, there is a renewed focus on continuous improvement, rationalisation and driving efficiency through the deployment of integrated platforms and systems that provide whole-of-business transparency, data …

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My first year as a Blue Seed Change Analyst in 2020

For me, 2020 was an unforgettable year for more than one reason. I kicked off my consulting career at Blue Seed then COVID-19 rocked the world. Below I share reflections on a year of significant personal growth, amid a year of transformational change and uncertainty. In February of 2020, I started my first ever full-time …

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How senior executives can lead enterprise culture during remote work

This is the final chapter of a three-part blog series on ‘Leading Culture in the 2020s’. Click here to read Part One and Part Two. For executives, changing the culture of an entire enterprise is not easy, nor quick. Significant, lasting culture change requires a structured culture change process, committed leadership and a well thought out …

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Why managing change involves more than just training and comms

It can take time for people to properly understand change, and the role which leaders play in propelling others along the change journey with them. We’ve worked with organisations of all kinds and it can be surprising to see how some overlook the importance of handling change correctly, on large part by taking a systems …

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How many leaders are actually putting the customer at the heart of the business?

Early results from world-first Change Intelligence Index show organisations are in danger of lagging behind global shifts in new ways of working, with only 1 in 10 putting the customer at the heart of the business.  The evolution of the business environment is rapid – but Australian leaders risk being too slow to catch up. …

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Don’t be afraid to learn from mistakes

One of the defining characteristics of a Change Intelligent organisation is a culture of innovation which invites outlandish ideas and encourages failure. There’s a relentless passion for improvement that creates a work environment which nurtures imagination, values intuition and wants employees to take a leap into unknown waters. We can all learn from our mistakes: it’s …

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The world is changing – is your organisation equipped to keep pace?

The world is changing. Global economics are shifting, and technology is fundamentally altering the way we live, work and relate to each other. The fourth industrial revolution is underway – but is your business fit for the future? Introducing the Change Intelligence (CQ) Index We know that smart organisations and leaders are re-thinking how they can change …

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Change Trends in Australian Businesses

How are organisations approaching change this year and beyond? Blue Seed’s innovative change experts are tapped in to the temperature and trends of change across Australia.  We regularly partner with Australian businesses across private and non private sectors and from what we’ve seen have set out four change trends that we’re observing right now. It means witnessing …

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