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With digital technology constantly evolving, companies need the best digital solutions possible if they are to keep ahead of their competition. As a result, they are increasingly employing in-house Change & Transformation experts to identify areas for improvement. Roles encompassing change and Transformation ultimately involve (surprise surprise) reviewing and overseeing Changes to operating models, capabilities, processes, resources, and systems in order to drive performance.
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|Head of Innovation||£90,000 - £200,000|
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Those in Change & Transformation positions need an array of specialised skills, as well as extensive experience, which makes the hiring process very competitive. That said, the increasing demand for such expertise means there are more job opportunities for Change & Transformation specialists than ever before.
Opportunities in Change & Transformation positions are widely found in most industries and absolutely within consulting firms. It’s a broad and varied subject as one small change can open up a wealth of opportunity in other areas of a company. As businesses become more aligned internally the need for digital and technical expertise increases. This again opens up significant opportunities for Change & Transformation specialists.
The constant development of different digital technologies means Change & Transformation specialists are always finding new ways to improve a company’s operations. Particularly prevalent is the age of RPA IoT and Ai solutions and the number of job roles now connected with this sector. As these technologies develop and the capabilities become more common the possibilities are endless and offer massive advancements of experience for companies to offer their clients and employees.
With the growing accessibility and affordability of digital technology, smaller companies are increasingly able to compete with larger organisations. Consequently, more firms require Change & Transformation specialists, meaning there are more job opportunities than ever before.
Change & Transformation specialists must have either an expert understanding of different digital solutions and be able to discern which will be most useful for the company they work for or be excited by innovation and the chance to change a business from within. Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills are a must, whilst management abilities and being a team player are also required.
Candidates must have excellent communication and presentation capabilities, as Change & Transformation specialists will have to explain the changes they want to make to stakeholders, as well as drive their adoption across the company. Employers will also want to see experience in a similar type of role, such as within a digital consultancy, agency or strategy house. As well as the impact you made. Industry-specific experience may also be required.
An interview for a Change & Transformation role will likely focus on your process and your experience. Interviewers will want to find out about previous successes and what you did to achieve them, and may ask hypothetical questions about how you would tackle certain tasks.
Educational requirements may be dependent on the company you’re applying for, however, a business-related degree or further studies into information systems or mathematics will stand you in good stead, whilst academic, or professional qualifications in management will also be extremely favourable. That being said, more businesses are open to no academic credentials but an outstanding record in innovation, change and transformation.
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