The Truth Is Not Enough
~ Managing Transformation means Transforming Management ~

You've done the analysis, incorporated best practice and constructed the business case. You know it is the best thing to do, but it means another department having to compromise. The project is rejected. Why are there so many barriers to genuine and lasting improvement? Is it possible to work to optimise an organisation when so many managers are fighting their own corner or seeking to hit their own targets?

Discover strategies and solutions to issues like this at the Transformation Forum 2004. Explore how leaders can provide an effective method for focusing everyone on the job of transforming and continuously improving the business. Eye-opening insights into business leadership combined with many successful case studies will help you deliver radical, profound & long lasting results in your organisation.

For some, the truth is the first thing they learned or the latest course they’ve been on and this is not enough. We need to know by what methods we can learn, apply, influence and sustain real, continuous transformation and innovation wherever we work and live.

Our agenda is designed to challenge and entertain Senior Executives, managers and leaders at all levels of an organisation. Whether you’re a leader of people; responsible for processes; or learning or for data & measurement, you need to be at this Forum.


Thanks to the following sponsors for 2004:

Deming Learning Network
Dianna Deming Cahill

Managing Transformation
actually means
Transforming Management


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