Survey on Change Shows Major Surprises

Posted by Michael Lindberg on Dec 18, 2015 11:21:02 AM

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Unfortunately, some managers see change as a proof of their steely determination, but this often leads to change efforts that are neither accepted nor implemented. No wonder, then, that many employees are reluctant when they hear the word “change”. But that’s a shame because products are becoming increasingly alike, and less and less time elapses before your competitors have a product that is very like, or even better than, the one you just launched. So there is no doubt: The faster your surroundings change, the faster you need to change as well. Should be easy, but it isn’t: You need to master four fundamental skills to successfully change your company. You must be good at leading, innovating, strategizing and implementing. We have asked almost 200 people to respond to 24 topics related to how good their company is at change and there are quite a few surprises. Download the results and see if your company does better than the companies surveyed.

 

Is your company good at making changes? We have asked almost 200 people to respond to 24 topics related to how good their company is at change and there are quite a few surprises.

 

Download the results and see if your company does better than the companies surveyed.

 

 

Topics: Change