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Episode 2 – The Outliers Inn – Organizational Change: Past, Present, and Future

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About the Podcast

Topic: Who changes the change? Are we in a radical new era of thinking about organisations, or is it plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose? Are we any better now at managing organisations – and managing change and transformation – than we were forty years ago? Or should we just stop stuffing it up? The boys chew the fat…

Hosts:Joseph Paris, Founder of the OpEx Society & The XONITEK Group of Companies
 Benjamin Taylor,  Managing Partner of RedQuadrant.

 Ollie Mack – Change & Transformation, Dennis Vergne – RedQuadrant.

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Ollie Mack
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About Ollie: An expert coach and facilitator, Ollie has been working in organisational development since University where he rose to the top of student organisation AIESEC as International President based in Brussels. After a number of years working at Raleigh International heading up their Youth At Risk team (and becoming a key member of the board) Oliver moved to Common Purpose where he quickly moved through the ranks to Managing Director of their Customised Business.

Dennis Vergne
Dennis Vergne

About Dennis: Dennis Vergne is a founding partner at RedQuadrant. Based on his experience, research, programme design and delivery, he is a recognised organisational change expert. Dennis has a passion for enabling transformational change that sticks, turning ideas into effective practice and behaviours. He holds an MSc in this field (Oxford – distinction) and belongs to an international network of reflective change practitioners – Although he is originally from Holland, since 2004 most of his work has been within the British public sector. Before this, he co-led a brave but failing effort to revolutionise childcare in Europe – by a setting up a company that would use and could afford the best children’s early years’ development and education practices. His experience also includes (before 2002) strategy and change work for a rather diverse (read: odd) variety of clients such as Belgium Government, Norsk Hydro, Motorola, Novartis and Lloyds TSB.

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