The future belongs to any organization that wants to change, improve, adjust to market movements and does it quickly.
It is a fact that for one particular event or topic, people have different perceptions. Perception differs among individuals, mostly because of different culture, age, gender, values, beliefs, and unique personal history. There is a simple exercise I want you…
Have you noticed the state of fatigue after a day spent in training? Have you noticed how we lose all of our bearings and feel overwhelmed when we are learning something new?
Even though all best practices strongly suggest to measure performance, in change management, many activities are assumed to be successful.
Most of the time, when a change is happening in our life, learning is involved. It can be either to learn something new or to modify something we already know or do. If you think of moving to another city,…
The notion of ability to change is rarely included in the planning of initiatives. However, it is a key success factor when making changes. In a period of change, there is a loss of productivity due, among others, to…
Here is my Top 3 for a successful change in my personal life or when I accompany a company going through a transformation.
Change management does not eliminate the process of adopting change, but it reduces its magnitude and duration. The process of adopting change is the same for everyone, however, the magnitude of the reaction and the time required to complete each step vary by individual. There is no common denominator.
The role of the manager during transitions is decisive. It makes all the difference between success and failure. The project team must make every effort to inform and equip managers so that they can do their job.
Balanced strategic planning should lead to a realistic number of initiatives and projects, consider the organization’s capacity to change and be implemented according to best planning practices, taking into account the capacity to deliver and the employees’ development needs.