Wednesday, July 5, 2017

The Monthly “Change Insight” Book Tuning: The “Five Crucial Points” in Change Management July, 2017

Change is inevitable, organizational change has become a common practice within an organization, but too often changes are made as a reaction to outer impulses, crisis, and demands. This is the bureaucracy’s way of meeting the challenges. A digital transformation is achieved via dynamic Strategy-Execution-Change life cycle management, though it is not all linear steps, an iterative, ongoing and up going change continuum. How to connect the dots in Change Management and lead change effortlessly?

    The “Five Crucial Points” in Change Management

  • The Thinking Point: How to Leverage Critical Thinking in Change Management? With the “VUCA” digital new normal, Change Management becomes an ongoing capability to enable strategy execution. However, more than two-thirds of Change Management fail to achieve the expected business results. The reason so many change initiatives are not comprehensible is that they don't make fundamental sense, or lack of the logical scenario to manage change effectively. Therefore, critical thinking is more critical than ever to analyze the root causes of failures. In fact, the businesses, and the world as a whole become over-complex, with increasing speed of changes, uncertainty, and ambiguity, how to leverage critical thinking in Change Management in order to improve its success rate and catalyze digital transformation


  • Three Tipping Points of Change Management? Change is inevitable, and the speed of change is increasing. However, change is difficult, more than two-thirds of change efforts fail to achieve the expected results. What’s the tipping point of Change Management in your organizations? How to ride above the learning curve and manage changes effectively?.


  • The Triple "Focal Point" of Digital Transformation? With rapid change and continuous digital disruptions today, to stay competitive, forward-looking organizations have to stretch out in every business dimension for driving the full-fledged digital transformation. At the high maturity level, companies need to embed digital into the very fabric of the business, explore digital in a structural way and laser focus on the most important things to get business digital ready.


  • Three Inflection Points of Change Management? Change is inevitable. More and more organizations are at the strategic inflection point of the digital transformation. It is the broader and longer journey with many leaps and jumps, bumps and curves, perils and pitfalls on the way. One of the change mottoes is "never mistake motion for action." The successful businesses are the ones that have learned WHEN change is called for and decide WHAT to change, and HOW to change effectively. Do not let all these problems inherent in any change initiative, to get in the way of accepting the business facts that change is inevitable and needed in every business


  • The Failure Point: Five Perils of Changes Management? Change is the only constant, and the speed of change is increasing rapidly. Organizations large or small spend the significant time and resource to deal with the big changes such as radical digital transformation or small changes such as adopting a new version of the software. And statistically, more than 70% of Change Management effort fails to achieve the expected result, what are the perils of Change Management, and how to manage change more effectively??

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