Friday, November 2, 2018

The Monthly “Change Insight” Book Tuning: The Digital Drivers of Changes Nov. 2018

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 lifecycle management, though it is not all linear steps, but an iterative, ongoing and upgoing change continuum. How to spot your change champions and cultivate the culture of learning and innovating?

The Digital Drivers and Success Factors for Changes

Five Drivers of Organizational Changes There are many drivers behind changes. There is often no shortcut for change, but there are varying paths to changes. Change is inevitable and the shift to digital cuts across sectors, geographies and leadership roles. The digital transformation is now spreading rapidly to enable organizations of all shapes and sizes to reinvent themselves. The most successful businesses are the ones that have learned why to change, and how to implement change

What Drives you to be a Change Leader or an Agent
Change - big or small is inevitable. You can’t step into the same river twice, meaning that everything is always in a state of flow. However, as human beings, we mostly want familiarity and stability. As a Change Manager or Change Agent: What’s your inspiration and motivation to lead changes? And how to manage it more effectively?

Is IT Viewed as an Inhibitor or the Driver of Change We live in a technological world and every day more and more technology affects the way we live and work. Great opportunity, danger, and disruption are around every corner. However, many IT organizations are still perceived by business as a support function, slow to change. Forward-looking CIOs need to ask themselves: Is IT viewed as an inhibitor or the driver of change? What’re the best and next practices to reinvent IT for getting digital ready?

The Two Sides of “Change” Coin A changeable organization is to creating organizations where change is the norm and happens the whole time thereby delivering faster and increasing market share. Digital ecosystem has become more complex and dynamic, Change Management also turns out to be more complex, and there is no magic formula to follow. For a company to move from one level to another change maturity requires understanding the two sides of the change coin and having step-function changes in tools, culture, leadership, and process.

The Key Factors in Organizational Change Management? With change becomes the new normal, and the speed of change is accelerating at digital age, Change Management also turns to be strategically important in today’s organization, it is no longer just a one-time project, but an ongoing business capability. But what are the key success factors in managing change successfully and where should Change Management be positioned in the organization?

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