Don’t want to be part of the 70% of change efforts that fail?
Managing change in the context of organization design and transformation has some unique applications. Many think that change management begins only once a new organization has been created behind closed doors on paper. The reality is that change management best starts the moment a leader decides to assess and redesign the organization.
Who you involve, how you use the design process to influence thinking, and how and when you communicate the reasoning behind your intended changes are as important as formal job announcements or other project plan elements. Don’t let your change management strategy become chance management – combine careful planning with people engagement.
Learn how we helped Benjamin Moore Paints manage their change.