Making change happen.

We've developed a suite of resources to help leaders and managers enable successful change and projects at York.

Why we've created these resources

Like many organisations, we exist in a climate of constant and increasing change. While this can make the University a dynamic and vibrant place to work, it can also present challenges.

Be it big or small, change happens best when we understand it and know why we are doing it. This helps us feel good about it and put ourselves in a good position to deliver it well and support our staff.

Change management

Learn about change management at your own pace. Discover new topics or top up on areas you're less familiar with. Activities range from five minutes through to a couple of hours. They include videos, online courses and written guides.

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People and Organisational Development

learning-development@york.ac.uk

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Phases of change

Understand the problem, consider your options and plan your solution. Find resources for the stage you’re at, eg planning, implementing or embedding a change.

Principles for change

We've developed five change principles to help enable successful change at York. Explore resources based on skills and behaviours, eg creating a shared vision.

Project management

Our project management resources include templates, guides and frameworks. They’re designed to guide you through each phase of a project with easy-to-follow steps.

Project management resources 

Workshops

If you're in a leadership or management role, you may want to develop a range of skills that support you in your role, many of which are core to supporting change:

Join the community

Collaborate and connect with other people delivering change.

Join our Slack channel to build relationships, collaborate and share best practice. This channel is for all staff who are working on change or projects, no matter who you are or where you work.

#making-change-happen Slack channel

Contact us

People and Organisational Development

learning-development@york.ac.uk

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