Friday, July 5, 2019

The Monthly “Change Insight” Book Tuning: The Multifaceted Change Management July 2019

The most successful businesses are the ones that have learned why to change, and how to implement change time after time after time. 

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, but an iterative, ongoing and upgoing change continuum.

                       Multifaceted Change Management  

Nonlinearity and Change Management The hyperconnectivity nature of digital breaks down the functional, geographical, or even organizational border. Businesses today become much more nonlinear, interconnected and interdependent than ever. When systems are not just about linear relationships, they are defined as nonlinear dynamic. Applying interdisciplinary management to gain an understanding of nonlinearity as the very characteristic of the digital organization and business ecosystem could be at the tipping point for managing changes and driving the digital paradigm shift.

Leverage Multidimensional Thinking for Change Management Change is the new normal. Change is resulting in a flexible and dynamic organization able to adapt to new and unexpected situations and market demand and execute strategy seamlessly. How successful organizations can handle continuous digital disruptions depends on how fast and capable they can adapt to the ever-changing environment. Change Management success is not accidental, especially large transformative change requires a clear vision, strategic planning, exemplified change leadership, multidimensional thinking, effective communication, and logical processes to overcome the challenges.

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.

The Varying Perspectives of Change Management Change is inevitable. In the industrial era, the pace of change was more predictable and the scope of change is limited. Nowadays, digitalization disrupts not only the business boundary but also the industry boundary, as well as the geographical boundary. Change become more dynamic and distractive without planning and adaptability. The noble purposes of change are to pursue simplicity and improvement. There are positive changes and negative changes; there are incremental changes and disruptive changes, etc.
Five Drivers of Organizational 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 time after time after time. Change is never for its own sake, here are five drivers of organizational changes.
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