Why Transformation Fails – And How To Avoid It


The concept that 70% of change and transformation programmes fail emerged in the mid 1990’s. There’s actually little evidence that this is true. The 70% figure seems to have emerged because of a lack of clarity about what success looks like – and that most people have a bad experience of them. My contention is … Continue reading Why Transformation Fails – And How To Avoid It

We Need To Stop Talking About Change Or Get Comfortable With Failure


Every year businesses will embark on a series of reports , meetings, visioning sessions , training events and communication strategies. In almost every case the goal will be the same: to make fundamental changes to how business is conducted in order to cope with a new, more challenging environment. 70% of these programmes will fail. … Continue reading We Need To Stop Talking About Change Or Get Comfortable With Failure

12 Months of Failure: Lessons Learned in Year One of Bromford Lab


Guest post by Tom Hartland One year ago the Bromford Lab was established as a way of accelerating new ideas, driving innovation in the business and building our external networks. ‘Failing fast’ was a founding principle, any idea was a good idea and our 12 week window to complete work was the target to aim … Continue reading 12 Months of Failure: Lessons Learned in Year One of Bromford Lab