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Leaders and change

Wooden arrows

"If you want to make enemies, try to change something."

-Woodrow Wilson

 

- Rowena Crosbie is president of Tero International

In modern times, most organizations are undergoing some type of significant change at any point in time. New product introductions, downsizings, acquisitions, divestments, restructuring, expansion, and so on… are just a few of the major change challenges organizations are tackling. 

How are they doing?

Change efforts in organizations fail at an astonishingly high rate. Failure estimates range from 66% to 75%.

Why?

There are a lot of reasons changes fail.

Each failed change has its own special blend of things gone wrong. The one common element to most failed change efforts is that leaders enter it without adequately understanding the process of change.

This is the first in a series of blogs designed to explore the subject of change from a variety of perspectives and provide leaders with useful tips and insights into how they can increase the likelihood of success when leading change.

Spoiler alert:

Commonly held beliefs on the subject of change are going to be challenged and debunked.  Stay tuned…

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