Updated: Jan 9
Will future change management be successful?
Our change history assessment© (CHA©) is used by change teams to review the outcomes of previous change programmes within their organisation. It provides organisational insights that can increase the likelihood of successful implementation through the analysis of lessons learned, mitigating previous weaknesses and enhancing future success. It is important to learn from previous change by performing structured analysis to identify negative issues and to avoid repeating them on the next change. The insights from the CHA© will help to shape the change approach, planning and the resistance strategy.
I always look forward to seeing the answer to:
Q28: Will future change management be successful?
On one occasion, the employees of the organisation scored 46.2%. This question provides fantastic insights which can help to shape and make future organisational change successful. However, this requires the leadership team to articulate, model and reinforce (AMI©) the next change. If they don’t, they might get better odds of change success by playing on the roulette wheel.
“For future change success, analyse previous organisation change history, to mitigate previous weakness and enhance future success” ~ Peter F Gallagher
“If an organisation has a history of change failure, future success will require a different approach” ~ Peter F Gallagher
Note: This article was posted on Linkedin 7th Oct 2020
Peter F Gallagher is a Change Management Global Thought Leader, Expert, International Speaker, Author and Leadership Alignment Coach.
Ranked #1 Change Management Global Thought Leader: Top 50 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Change Management (May 2020) by Thinkers360.
Business Book Ranking: Change Management Pocket Guide - Leadership of Change® Volume 2, ranked within the top 50 Business and Technology Books (Jan 2020) from Thinkers360 Thought Leaders.