Avoid the Three Major Mistakes of Organization Wide Change
From new technologies to product launches to process improvements, today’s organizations are constantly under pressure to execute change. According to estimates nearly 70% of changes fail, resulting in financial loss and employee cynicism. As a portfolio, program, or project manager, your career progress hinges on your ability to lead successful and sustainable change. As we move from the level of individual project, to grouped program, to overall portfolio, complexities and interdepencies multiply and become increasingly challenging to manage effectively. In this session, participants will learn about Change Intelligence (CQ), and how by diagnosing and organization's CQ its leaders can obtain powerful insights into its strengths and blindspots. By developing CQ, leaders can overcome three major mistakes that often occur when managing organization-wide change. Participants will learn how the CQ System enables organizations to: Adopt a common language to avoid misalignment and foster ownership; Build a common system to avoid chaos and drive strategy; Deploy a common change process to avoid inefficiency and promote consistency.
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