Michael Page Technology
Business Change Manager role for London School of Economics at a crucial point in their Transformation journey! Salary up to £58,505, hybrid.
The London School of Economics and Political Science has a proud and illustrious history. In 125 years it has grown to be one of the world’s foremost institutions for social science and related fields. LSE alumni and faculty members have been awarded 18 Nobel Prizes in economics, peace and literature. 37 past or present Prime Ministers, Presidents and Premiers have come from the School. Their graduates continue to lead in business, law, and other fields. Their professors continue to reshape knowledge of fundamental academic and ‘real-world’ importance. This rich heritage, their extraordinary global character, and their emphasis on social science knowledge that addresses major contemporary challenges, all set them apart.
This important role leads on all aspects of the people side of change to ensure the successful delivery of business change across programme and project lifecycles; planning, facilitating and overseeing the implementation of changes to systems, processes, policies and skills. The BCM works within programme and project delivery teams and with stakeholders to identify people and School areas impacted by the change, partnering with them to ensure a consistent transition from the current way of working to the adoption and sustainment of the new way of working. The BCM also works on the realisation of change benefits across academic, administrative and student operating environments for the projects and programmes to which they are assigned and presents their work and items for decision at Project and Programme Boards.
The BCM uses an established change management methodology and associated tools, with support from the Head of Business Change Management. The BCM also actively contributes to BIU change management resources and driving effective change management at an organisational level, for example assisting the Head of Business Change Management to grow the BIU Change Management knowledge base and establish a network of change agents/partners/champions, and as an ambassador for highly effective Business Change Management within the School and our networks.
In addition to a salary of up to £58,505 LSE offers excellent pension, benefits and flexible / hybrid working.