Considering People

... in as much detail as we consider Process and Technology

Sound familiar?

"I don't understand the barriers people put up when they are asked to change the way they work ... I wish I knew how to deal with them"

"My meetings always deteriorate into one department blaming another with no-one taking responsibility for actions... we talk a lot and nothing really changes"

"I wish my team could see the bigger picture. I had to turn down a contract because they wouldn't change their shift pattern. A month later, they were complaining that we had to go onto short hours, I include them but they still make short-term decisions"

Sustainable change

At a cultural level

In this exclusive Duxinaroe short course, we provide the learner with an introduction to a number of key psychological principles. We then provide a short snappy summary of each point and highlight what language and behaviours to look out for in the hustle and bustle of the working day. 

We bring this all together in a downloadable checklist you can use to practically challenge and check barriers to change in any environment.

Dealing with

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  • Changing process for improved performance

  • Irrational Barriers to change

  • Change in individuals

  • Change in teams

  • Comfort Zones

  • Beliefs, purpose, alignment, control and more!


About Your Instructor

Dux Designer

David Bovis

In the early ’90s, I was employed to help an Essex company undergo a full-on Lean transformation. When finished, it was hailed a success. However, visiting friends a few years later revealed that the entire transformation had slipped and old methods were reappearing. I was stunned. Upon asking, I was told “We didn’t believe in that stuff in the first place.” It seemed, the moment those leading the change had left, the slide back to old behaviours began... at all levels. Why, I thought, would humans go along with a methodology they didn’t believe in, and why would they reject something that clearly worked? That began a multi-decade quest to find the answer. BTFA (The Bovis Cycle) answers that question. The Dux Method provides a methodology to apply BTFA in practical ways to achieve change that sticks. If you are about to undertake a transformation of any kind, need to re-visit an investment in change that hasn't delivered the results expected, or have a way of working that has delivered results, but you just know things could be better, I strongly encourage you to take advantage of 'The Dux Method'.