Forecast: A conversation with Nick Churchman

In this episode, Nick Churchman discusses the importance of communications and the vital role of effective employee engagement in business change and transformation. As our client we’ve worked with Nick on a number of projects at his time with HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the ATLAS Consortium.

Nick is an experienced transformation programme and change manager who has spent the last 30 years leading, or working within, business change programmes in the technology industry and the Royal Air Force.

Working with companies such as EDS, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, ATLAS Consortium, Tribal Group, Spectris and Vision Box, Nick has a demonstrable track record in designing and implementing change programmes, and delivering clear business outcomes. Experience within government, engineering and education sectors as a programme manager, a change manager, a consultant and as a business unit manager

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