There's a real sense of 'hurry-up' in an ad to find a Senior Change Manager for the BBC Radio Compete or Compare Programme, the James Purnell-devised board game in which radio professionals with years of experience try to hang on to jobs inside and outside the Corporation AT THE SAME TIME.
The successful candidate is charged with holding feet to the fire to ensure there is a defined and agreed vision (shouldn't that be banked by now ?) and will bring a familiarity with initials - CM stands for Change Management, TOM Target Operating Model, L&D Learning and Development, BAU Business As Usual, and TUPE Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment).
They are also required to bring some of their own initials, in the form of qualifications: one of these is essential - Change Management Institute ACMF (Accredited Change Manager Foundation); MSP (Managing Successful Programmes) Practitioner; APMG (Agile Project Management) - Change Management; Prosci ADKAR1 (awareness, desire, knowledge, ability, reinforcement) Model or equivalent.
Oh, and by the way, you need to be available to "ramp up delivery" from mid-January.