Implementing change – pick up speed
Nowadays there are many myths and misunderstandings in relation to managing and implementing change in organizations. As a result, the intended change initiatives take longer, or they prove to be unsuccessful.
Effective implementation and use of change often fails because the situations that need to be dealt with are not linear in nature. In addition, there is also a lack of knowledge and experience in the use of transformational change processes.
Successful implementation of significant changes requires us to consider a number of processes related to staff and managers in a radical new way. These include processes for information, involvement, qualification and commitment.
In addition, there is a need for specific management and leadership tools that are relevant to individual situations.
In our program, we demonstrate how correcting misjudgments, using effective communication, intervention, and appropriate involvement in responsibility can increase both the energy levels for bringing about change, and the transformation rate.