Climate change, COVID-19, hybrid working, AI, the fourth industrial revolution; there’s no denying we live in a time of big change. Dealing with change – and the constancy of change – may be nothing new to comms leaders. But the type, scale and speed of change today is novel and unprecedented – and ultimately – demands a new approach to change comms.

What big change means for change comms

As a perennial issue for the comms function, we wanted to investigate how this supercharged change environment is impacting comms teams – and how prepared they are to navigate it. To do this, we conducted interviews with over 50 communication leaders from global organisations.

We found that existing change processes and working methods are not set up for the big change environment – preventing comms teams from delivering powerful change communication.


A blueprint for navigating big change

That’s why we created What’s changed about change communication? – our special report to help comms leaders navigate the big change environment.

What's changed about change comms? Kademy

Our newly launched white paper delves into the key challenges we heard from comms leaders – to help you identify the roadblocks in your own organisation.

Informed by our team of expert comms trainers, our paper explains why your comms team needs to embrace change comms with a business-as-usual mindset – and how you can do it.


Download our special report to receive:

  • Findings from interviews with 50 global comms leaders.
  • Case studies from global brands – including Rolls Royce and Volvo Group – to give you best practice insight.
  • Perspectives from comms leaders at Aegon, Audi, Groupon, Iron Mountain and SSAB to help you benchmark against your peers.
  • Practical insight on making your change comms business as usual.
  • Six priorities your comms team can enact now to set you up to thrive in the big change environment.

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