70% of change efforts fail according to Pat Zigarmi, coauthor with Ken Blanchard, John Britt, and Judd Hoekstra of the new book Who Killed Change? out in bookstores now.
In Zigarmi’s experience of working with clients on organizational change initiatives over the past 20 years, a couple of common mistakes keep popping up when organizations go about launching large scale change in their organizations.
What causes change to fail in most organizations? Here are three that Zigarmi recommends keeping an eye on:
- People leading the change think that announcing the change is the same as implementing it. So much energy in organizations is spent preparing to communicate the change and the reasons behind it, but not nearly the same energy is spent planning for the successful execution and rollout of the change after the announcement.
- People’s concerns with change are not surfaced or addressed. If leaders do not take…
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