The Change Management Institute Podcasts

Interview with ACM Master Kellie Furey

July 05, 2021 The Change Management Institute
The Change Management Institute Podcasts
Interview with ACM Master Kellie Furey
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The Change Management Institute Podcasts
Interview with ACM Master Kellie Furey
Jul 05, 2021
The Change Management Institute

In this episode, Naomi chats to ACM Master Kellie Furey about innovation.   Kellie started her change career over 20 years ago, like a lot of change practitioners, accidentally. She was working with the CEO and Board of a company who were downsizing at the time. She voiced her concern about how they were handling things in relation to staff and they gave her the role to manage the change. Since those days, Kellie has gained experience in many different industries and organisations, mostly as a consultant.  

Naomi says: “In our conversation, Kellie communicated a beautiful vision all about simplicity. Kellie’s prediction for the future is a massive change to the way business works with the imperative to address sustainability. More than ever, it is critical for business to change its focus for good, to balance the interests of workers, customers, suppliers, community and shareholders. What does this mean for change managers? Kellie believes a sophisticated robot could do most if not all of what change managers currently do but asks ‘will people feel connected to a robot?”  

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In this episode, Naomi chats to ACM Master Kellie Furey about innovation.   Kellie started her change career over 20 years ago, like a lot of change practitioners, accidentally. She was working with the CEO and Board of a company who were downsizing at the time. She voiced her concern about how they were handling things in relation to staff and they gave her the role to manage the change. Since those days, Kellie has gained experience in many different industries and organisations, mostly as a consultant.  

Naomi says: “In our conversation, Kellie communicated a beautiful vision all about simplicity. Kellie’s prediction for the future is a massive change to the way business works with the imperative to address sustainability. More than ever, it is critical for business to change its focus for good, to balance the interests of workers, customers, suppliers, community and shareholders. What does this mean for change managers? Kellie believes a sophisticated robot could do most if not all of what change managers currently do but asks ‘will people feel connected to a robot?”