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10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Tight Integration and Alignment of All Initiatives

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The tenth, and final, factor is tight integration and alignment of all initiatives. In [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Mobilized and Engaged Pivotal Groups

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The ninth factor is mobilized and engaged pivotal groups. In the previous post, we [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Leader Ability and Willingness to Change

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The eighth factor is the leader’s ability and willingness to change. Organizations that are [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Structure and Systems Requirements

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The seventh factor is being willing to make the changes necessary to meet the [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Appropriate Skills and Resources

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  Having already explored starting with a winning strategy, creating awareness through a compelling case [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Balanced Decision-Driven and Behavior-Dependent Change

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The fifth factor is balancing decision-driven and behavior-dependent change. Organizations that are most effective [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Clear Performance Focus

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  Having already explored creating awareness through creation of a compelling case for change and [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Specific Change Criteria

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The third is whether you have developed specific change criteria. It is one thing [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Compelling Case for Change

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The second is whether you have developed a compelling case for change. Organizations that [...]

10 Reasons Change Succeeds or Fails: Winning Strategy

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We have found that there are ten factors that determine the success or failure of any organizational change.  In this series, we will examine each of these factors.  The first is whether you have developed a winning strategy. Organizations that are most [...]

10 Reasons Organizational Change Fails… or Succeeds

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Linda, Chris and I have just returned from an always-full, dynamic annual summit for the Women Business Leaders of the US Health Care Industry Foundation — or WBL, as its associates love to call it. In a session called “Leading Change that’s Worth It,” we had the privilege of facilitating this amazing group of executives in a conversation about just that kind of change – the kind where the juice is worth the squeeze. […]