Happy New year! Does it mean happy new you?
Statistics show that people tend to have new year's resolutions only to be broken after 1 to 2 weeks. Those plans are defeated even before they were fully launched and the body, brain, behavior or attitude can be completely transformed or changed for the better.
In organizations, managing change is compounded with more complex issues than an individual making a sure try on getting its act together to get healthier, happier, less stress, and better relationships with their families and friends.
The longer the organization prolong on acting on key areas when it needed to receive and activate change will only mean more monies, time, and energies wasted when it could have been prevented from more flare ups.
The organization that supports and investigates on long-term change strategy to reinvigorate all aspects of its existence will be more ready to approach the volatility and unpredictability of the business environment with which it operates. No wonder a lot of businesses and organizations have withered away because they could not deal with issues that call for structural change not just cosmetic such as team-building or those exercises that are superficial.
Are you proactively looking to revive and improve your organization or just looking to restore to prior performance? Change management begins at dealing with what outcomes you want to reach and how serious you want these outcomes to be achieved by your organization.
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