The increasing pace and volume of change find organizations struggling to respond effectively. As a leader, you face similar challenges and must improve employee change readiness. Yet organizational inertia is difficult to overcome, and your employees have learned to operate, even prosper, under current policies and processes. Your success lies in helping employees commit to change, driven by innovative policy, buy-in, AND support from stakeholders at all levels.
The increasing pace and volume of change find organizations struggling to respond effectively. Learn to alleviate this problem by designing strategic policy as an effective driver of organizational change.
Garner support from important stakeholder groups based on their interest in, and power to shape, the organization's strategic policy and keep them informed of activities involving Congress.
Manage change effectively by assessing readiness for change, factoring readiness into the implementation plan, monitoring compliance, and mitigating points of resistance.
Examine how three kinds of organizational change can generate various points of resistance across the organization (as well as externally) and learn to mitigate and/or alleviate the resistance to organizational change.