Organizations must anticipate change and have a culture that embraces it
For companies to survive and strive in today’s competitive environment, they will need to change quickly and successfully. Managing change is now a core competence that can no longer be considered a discretionary “nice to have”.
Yet many organizations are falling short in the race to adapt. The accelerating pace of change coupled with increasing uncertainty and complexity has pushed up this skills gap to what is now a major area of concern.
Lead organizational change management
Change management has to become part of the culture
In today’s more volatile, complex and unpredictable business environments, change management has to become part of the culture – not just something that leaders decide they need to adopt at some point when their business model is threatened or failing.
A motivated workforce will be more likely to embrace change management
Companies most likely to be successful in making change work to their advantage are the ones that no longer view organizational change as a discrete event, but as a constant opportunity to evolve the business.
At the end of the day, an organization must anticipate change, have a culture that embraces it, be well-prepared and have discipline in execution and follow-through.
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