BAE Systems partners with Change Awards to promote career progression in change management
BAE Systems has partnered with Change Awards to help promote change management as a key discipline across all business areas and sectors, supporting career progression while recognising its vital role in delivering successful organisational change.
The security firm’s new collaboration will allow them to not only celebrate practice in this important area of business but will also provide them with access to industry events such as Change Talks, helping them to gain both recognition themselves while also acting as advocates for this developing discipline.
Their offering of internal courses and external qualifications will be bolstered by their partnership with Change Awards, highlighting their commitment to supporting industry experts who help businesses deliver new approaches to change management.
Change Awards brings together academia and practice to champion industry leaders, recognising the individuals, teams and organisations that are contributing to change management while offering businesses support as they navigate a new and emerging business role
Margo Waldorf (pictured above), Founder at Change Awards commented: “In the age of transformation, successful continuous organisational evolution warrants provision for internal change management capability to access experienced resources at the time of need. It is vital to invest, promote and celebrate those skills across sectors.
Together, we aspire to elevate the importance of change management skills, fostering a culture of adaptability and innovation. Join us on this transformative journey as we redefine the future through the lens of effective change management.”
Karen Gregson, Head of Business Change Management and Improvement (Corporate), at BAE Systems commented: “BAE Systems recognises that effective Change Management is key to delivering successful organisational change. As such, we have been investing in this key discipline across all our business areas and sectors.
Not only is imperative to internal transformation and continuous improvement; we also recognise the benefit of Change Management capability in all our projects and programmes. As such we have a dedicated career pathway, framework, training solutions and procedural guidance; all aimed at supporting our people in this exciting career.”
She added: “Our Change Management Roles are varied, and we are pleased to be able to recognise this profession through internal courses, external qualifications and our partnerships with both the Change Management Institute and the Change Awards.
The Change Awards have been hugely beneficial to our organisation, they are not only crucial to celebrating great practice in this area, but our involvement in the Change Talks and sponsoring the Change Awards goes a long way in helping us get this fantastic profession recognised across our business and beyond”