How do you ensure organizational changes deliver desired outcomes?
Are you engaging employees to own change or just mitigating resistance?
How do you establish a platform for change, rather than lead discrete change projects?
Are your leaders effective at leading change?
Nearly 75% of change initiatives fail to achieve their desired outcomes. This failure rate is seldom due to a flowed strategy or technical solution and most commonly realted to execution. Leading change means convincing individuals to do things differently, which is often influenced more by their level of input and choice into the change rather than its technical merits. Involving the recipients of change in the process is thus key to successful change along with establishing a platform that allows continuous change versus running a series of independent initiatives.