Sunday, December 2, 2018

The Monthly “Change Insight” Book Tuning: Manage Change in a Structural Way Dec. 2018

 Riding ahead of the change wave takes both strategy and methodology, a structural framework and continuous practices.

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.

          Manage Change in a Structural Way

Three Systematic Perspectives of Change Management The digital organization is a dynamic system which needs to continue evolving and adapting. Change is inevitable with increasing pace. Change Management shouldn’t be just some random business initiatives, it has to fix the imbalance in the key business elements such as people, process, and technology in order to run a holistic digital organization. It’s important to leverage system principles and perspectives and take a well-organized multidisciplinary approach to manage Changes effortlessly.

Take the Logical Scenario to Go Digital? Digitalization is the radical change. Closer to reality is that 'change' is continuously happening in the macro environment of a company. We are living in a complex world in which inventions, developments, disruptions, and conflicts are continuously changing and that makes it impossible to have the complete knowledge and understanding of many issues facing ever-changing businesses dynamic today. The more complex the change is, the more comprehensive the changing scenario needs to be. Organizational change is a complex human-centric process and management science. Digitalization is the large-scale business transformation. It’s important to take the logical scenario, apply the right strategy and methodology, set out dynamic planning and manage changes in a systematic way.

Planning is the Earliest Stage of Change Management Embracing digital is inevitable as that is now part of the reality. In order to lead change and drive digital transformation, organizations should ride above the change curve by making the dynamic and comprehensive planning. Planning is the earliest stage of Change Management. Planning work is about stakeholder engagement and about working to achieve stakeholder ownership of the emerging strategic plan and roadmap. Engaging those who will be impacted by the change and enabling them to be part of shaping their future. That is one of the best ways of tackling change and improve its success rate.

Three Dimensions of Changes for Tuning a Digital Organization? The very nature of digital is about change, and change is multifaceted with increasing speed and velocity. Change shouldn’t be just some random business initiatives, it has to fix an imbalance in those elements by involving executives in IT, operations, or talent management, and take a structured approach to manage three dimensions of changes for tuning a highly responsive digital organization.

Take the Logical Scenario to Beat Digital Change Curves? Now with the uncertainty around the volatile market situations, extreme competitions, continuous disruptions, and unprecedented business complexity, digital organizations today must be responsive to the increasing speed of changes. Digitalization is a journey, not just a one-time business initiate, riding ahead of the change wave takes both strategy and methodology. How to take the logical scenario to beat digital curves, improve business performance, and achieve business maturity.

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