Following on from last month’s blog.
Lots of statistics show organisational change and transformations failing to deliver their intended benefits. You can argue about the true percentage of success, but the fact is that many organisations do not achieve full benefits realisation, and in many cases, they fail to attain a return on investment (ROI). Equally unacceptable to shareholders is that the vision is not realised, meaning the organisation’s strategy has not been executed. Even when the organisation and its leadership team agree the changes are necessary for the future of the organisation, they still face challenges.
Change Implementation Challenges - Execute Phase:
5. Poor Communication: Lack of engagement and communication.
6. Ignoring Change Readiness Input: Perform the change readiness assessment and adhere to the results!
7. Thinking there is No Resistance: There will always be resistance even if it is not overt!
8. Ignoring the Importance of Behaviours: If you do not change employee behaviour, you will not get organisational change.
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By Peter F Gallagher
Keywords: Business Strategy, Change Management, Leadership