Change is certain. Are you?

November 2011
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Organizational change: How to alter views on change and strategy: PwC

At a glance

A rigorous change process, in which challenging questions are addressed and no assumption goes unturned, can unveil crucial information about stakeholders’ perceptions of change-readiness and help breathe new life into an organization and its team.

How to alter your organization’s views on change and strategy

Over the course of the past few tumultuous years, one thing has not changed much. A majority - about 75% - of change initiatives fail. In these cases, change is more chronic than constant, as organizations let an important lifeline to future success and sustainability slip through their hands, even as the drive toward more change continues apace. Spurred by M&As, regulatory mandates, and enterprise-wide re-organizations, change initiatives are deeply embedded in today’s swirling business environment.

So how can the nimble organization adapt effectively? A rigorous change process, in which challenging questions are addressed and no assumption goes unturned, can unveil crucial information about stakeholders’ perceptions of change-readiness and help breathe new life into an organization and its team.