Harvard Business Review has stated that 70% of change initiatives fail. So, Why is it that so many changes fail? Furthermore, What can be done to improve the odds?
Unquestionably, when your organisation undertakes projects or initiatives to improve performance, seize opportunities or address underlying problems and issues, they often require changes. For example, changes to processes, job roles, organisational structures and types and uses of technology. At the same time, when all is said and done, the people in your organisation ultimately have to change how they do their jobs. Ultimately, the change will fail if these individuals are unsuccessful in their personal transitions and don’t embrace and learn a new way of working.
With this in mind, this course has been designed to help managers better understand the process of change, coupled with assisting them to put practical strategies and plans in place to improve their chances of success. Vitally, Change Leadership is highlighted as a critical step and often the missing ingredient in failed change initiatives.