Planning for successful change and anticipating that change will be disruptive allows business to effectively communicate – and address cynicism –in a structured way.
As much as we don’t like to champion our neighbours across the Ditch, there are good lessons to be learned from the All Blacks on implementing successful change.
If continuous disruption has become the ‘steady state’, then the opportunity to deliver successful change should be grounded in effective change management fundamentals.
Change management is oft-touted as part of the business case for successful transformation, however it is in the implementation that many organisations come un-stuck.
In the face of rapid, persistent change, how is it that so few businesses are able – or willing - to make the case for change management to be part of program delivery?
What are the factors at play that project managers and teams need to be mindful of when delivering business change alongside technical delivery?