Getting results and navigating the implementation of big change programmes
Oren Marmur, SVP, General Manager, Payments, Finastra speaks during Sibos about his recent move from the Telecom space to the Fintech space and the difference and similarities between the two. We learn about the costs of implementing big change programs, how they are best approached in order to succeed and bring about the results that banks envisage, and how smaller sized institutions can play on…
The ancient ‘computer’ that simply shouldn’t exist – BBC REEL
A hundred and twenty years ago, divers discovered a shipwreck off the island of Antikythera in Greece. What they found changed our understanding of human history.
The mysterious Antikythera Mechanism has captured the imagination of archaeologists, mathematicians, and scientists ever since. Now, using the latest 3D x-ray and modelling technology, experts are unravelling the secrets of what this machine may have been capable of.
Video by Harriet Constable
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Episode 43 – Level Up your Career – How to build a culture of Agile Change.
APMG International presents our popular weekly panel Q &A show. How to build a culture of Agile Change with host: Nick Houlton and Question Master: Charlotte Miller. Answering your questions are panellists: Johann Botha, Holger Heuss, Farah Heba, David McCreery and Malini Jayaganesh.
An opportunity to have your real-life questions answered, where you are driving the panel discussion.
On this week’s episode, we are joined by:
Host: Nick Houlton, APMG-International
Question Master: Charlotte Miller, APMG-International
Johann Botha, Digital Change Provocateur and CEO, getITright
Holger Heuss, Director, Pendraig Consulting Ltd
Farah Heba, Product Owner and Trainer, Arva
David McCreery, Consultant, Althris
Malini Jayaganesh, Associate – ITSM Hub; Director Emeritus – BRM Institute
APMG Level Up Podcast is OUT NOW: Listen now on the major podcast providers.
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00:00:00 – Introduction.
00:01:53 – Meet the Panelists.
00:05:00 – How does Agile change differ from what we have looked at in the past?
00:08:42 – Do you have suggestions for dealing with resistance to change?
00:12:02 – What are the most common obstacles when applying change management in an agile environment?
00:21:50 – Do you have suggestions for spreading a culture of agile change with remote teams?
00:27:50 – It is hard to use Agile for a government contract or fixed cost projects, I was trying that in KSA but isn’t much results. What is the panellists opinion on this?
00:33:44 – I’d rather say that agile is a tactical decision – not a strategic one. The organization’s goals don’t change, do they?
00:39:02 – What is the first thing that needs to be considered before implementing change?
00:42:47 – What is the role of the organisation’s leadership in ensuring an agile mindset?
00:46:05 – How could you measure the benefits of building a culture of agile change?
00:49:12 – Are there any measures or metrics that indicate organizations’ level of agility?
00:55:07 – How do I ensure that my customers are also ready for the organisation to become agile?
00:57:19 – Panellists closing thoughts.
01:01:23 – The next Level Up show.
Change Management: Principles to Make Hard Changes Simpler – webcast
Presenter: Cristie Kamiya, DVM, MBA
Change is really hard in a shelter, especially if it involves organizational process or cultural changes. In this free webcast co-presented by Maddie’s Fund® and the Association of Shelter Veterinarians (ASV), Dr. Cristie Kamiya, Chief of Shelter Medicine at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley, will share an 8-Step Change Management Process to help simplify change. Also included will be real-life examples of changes using this process.
Topics covered include:
Anatomy of an Organization in the context of change
Levels of Change Management as a factor of time
8-step Change Management Plan
Until August 19, 2021, veterinarians and certified/registered/licensed veterinary technicians who wish to receive AASB RACE-approved continuing education credit after viewing the webcast may take a short quiz here : http://bit.ly/2pYCI49. A passing score of 70% or higher will qualify you for a certificate of attendance.
This program has been approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 1 hour of continuing education in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program at [email protected] or 877-698-8482 should you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession, or if you have questions regarding this notification.
This course has been pre-approved for 1 hour of Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits by The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement.
FinextraTV @ Sibos: Getting results and navigating the implementation of big change programmes
Oren Marmur, SVP, General Manager, Payments, Finastra speaks during Sibos about his recent move from the Telecom space to the Fintech space and the difference and similarities between the two. We learn about the costs of implementing big change programs, how they are best approached in order to succeed and bring about the results that banks envisage, and how smaller sized institutions can play on the same level as their larger competitors, whilst also dealing with the constant stream of regulatory changes.
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