What stories are we telling ourselves and everyone else about Change? (with Myah Rom)
OD-consultant since 1990. His specialty is to design and facilitate transformational processes in which success depends on the collaboration between parties with different perspectives, professions, cultures and even diverging interests. His practice as a consultant follows two lines of work:
• promoting the transformation of bounded structured systems (such as companies, international, national and local organisms, municipalities, etc.) so that they thrive in their fuzzy enmeshed social-ecological environment, and operate in it without wreaking havoc.
• promoting the emergence of robust networks in fuzzy and enmeshed systems (such as territories, cities, markets, multi-stakeholder networks, etc.)
Apart from his consulting practice, he is the initiator of of GAIT – “Guild of Agents for Intentional Transformation”, a network of people who commit themselves to support each other to increase the impact of their interventions, while at the same time diminishing the pain they cause to those that will be affected by the changes, and avoiding to put themselves in harm’s way.
He has worked mainly in Sweden and Spain, but also in Africa and Latin America, with national, multinational and global companies; with international, multilateral, national and local organizations.
Change that matters owner Sarah Glenister, is the Founder of Australasian Change Days and is determined to change the world. Collaboration and co-creation are essential to have impact especially in areas that have no easy solution, a major driver and principle of Change Days.
We clarify the complexities of organisational change using engaging videos and visuals that bring change to life. Whether it's an organisation-wide transformation, that key initiative everyone talks about or a tech-heavy IT project, we've helped them all to 'get visual' and share their key messages.