With over 15 years’ experience, Mark ensures he has a full understanding of an organisation’s problems before providing bespoke solutions for his clients. The organisational change approaches he uses are scientifically validated, evidence-based and deliver outstanding results.
Mark combines his background in technology with his extensive knowledge of organisational change and psychology, to create unique and innovative solutions to developing Agile People. His dynamic workshops leave people energised and inspired.
Agile psychology is a fundamental factor in successful agile transformations but many struggle with the change. Mark expertly assists people in evolving their agile psychology as he embraces agility, plus he is extremely knowledgeable and experienced in the psychology of change.
A recent book review on Amazon:
“I highly recommend this book…It’s a well thought-through strategy to avoid the common pitfalls that undermine so many transformations. It’s based on first-hand industry experience stretching back over 20 years and draws on proven psychology and change management models.”
Forward thinking HR directors are exploring agile ways of working because they understand the business benefits of adopting organisational agility. Mark draws upon his years of experience in agile leadership and delivering culture change to provide bespoke education and training to HR directors about all things agile.
19 June 2020: Transcending the Crisis
The Agile Leader is proud to announce our support and participation in this pro bono global leadership event. Guest speakers include Michele Wucker (author of Gray Rhino) and Maria Escobar-Bordyn President of the Creating WE Institute. Mark Buchan will be leading the Business-fused track at the event.
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Mark is passionate about helping people to change themselves and their organisations, to enhance their agility. Have a question about how you or your organisation can become more agile? Or Experiencing blocks to your agile transformation and have a question about what to do about it?