Domino wins Global Award for its Future-Ready Leadership

May 3, 2024

A Cambridge company is celebrating winning a prestigious award in recognition of its robust and sustainable approach to managing change across its entire business.


Domino took first prize in the Future-Ready Leadership category of the Change Awards held at Drapers’ Hall in London on 24th April 2024, for the creation of its Change Management Framework, that consisted of a comprehensive training programme for both management teams and employees.


The company’s submission also highlighted its annual Change Management Maturity Audit, conducted collaboratively with the Executive team, which ensures integration, consistency and measurement of change management across all business functions.


The judges said: “This is an exceptional example of holistic and sustainable change management implementation across a complex business landscape.” They were also highly impressed with the company’s focus on building an internal change network to support projects. The vote for Domino as category winner was unanimous.


The Awards invited entries from a wide range of sectors and winners of other categories included the BBC, His Majesty’s Passport Office and the British Antarctic Survey.


Two Domino employees were also shortlisted for the individual awards: Lucia Ivanova in the Best Capability Builder category and Stephanie Chandler in the Technology Implementation category.


Lucia was chosen as a change management professional who demonstrates exceptional capability in building skills to support a programme of change.


Stephanie was highlighted for her work on the implementation of employee-focused technology, including the company’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) programme and pilot site projects.


Both attended the awards ceremony and said: “We had a great night celebrating the company’s fantastic achievement with like-minded Change Management professionals. It was inspiring to hear about the work of other people outside Domino and learn from their examples and challenges.”


Robert Pulford, Domino CEO added: “Our business agenda will require change, and this award is a testament to our commitment to equipping our leaders to ‘manage change’, both initiating and ensuring it delivers meaningful benefits.”



The Change Awards aim to honour and recognise the contribution of many hidden champions of change, people and organisations, who work hard every day to make a positive difference, but often go unnoticed or unappreciated.