Seven basic change management questions to consider

Seven basic change management questions to consider
change management questions that should shape any change program

Seven basic change management questions that should shape any change program

We live in an era of profound and accelerating disruption: technological growth, the information age, changes in customer loyalty and consumption, changes in global economy and the business environment have forced organizations to change the way they do business.

Any company that will not change risk being left behind and possible closure because their strategies, structures, systems and organizational culture will grow increasingly obsolete. Change programs that succeed put an equal emphasis on both performance and health in answering seven basic change management questions that should shape any change program:

  1. Where are we?
  2. Where do we want to go?
  3. How ready are we to start?
  4. What practical steps to take?
  5. How to manage the journey?
  6. How do we keep going forward?
  7. How do we avoid mistakes?

 

Seven basic change management questions to consider

 

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Experienced senior executive, both at a strategic and operational level, with strong track record in developing, driving and managing business improvement, development and change management. International experience from management positions in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland

3 Comments

  1. Gary Chilvers 3 years ago

    I love this. Thanks for posting. I particularly like “how do we keep going forward” which is a question often overlooked.

  2. Kimunya 3 years ago

    I loved your infographic Torben. It is clear, to the point and practical. Would love to incorporate it into my communication, branding and leadership coaching programs. Thank you for sharing.

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