A way to assess and prioritize your change efforts
from Harvard Business Review
Change is the status quo. Companies the world over realize that success depends on their ability to respond to new opportunities and threats as they emerge, and to keep rethinking their strategies, structures and tactics to gain ephemeral competitive advantages. As a result, change initiatives have become more complex than ever before, cutting across divisions and functions rather than staying confined to silos. They are global too, often extending across borders to several nations with different cultures. Companies must set up and oversee change initiatives more systematically than they used to if they want to succeed.
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