Organizations drive improvement through both transformational projects and continuous improvement initiatives. Both strategies aim to enhance organizational performance and drive positive change, yet they differ significantly in scope, scale, and methodology. In the article, we will delve into the differences between transformational projects and continuous improvement efforts, highlighting their unique characteristics and exploring what change approach is most suitable for each.
Did you know that only 55% of change management initiatives meet their initial objectives, while only 25% of change management initiatives are able to sustain gains from their change management initiatives over the long term.
Learn 6 tactics on how to effectively sustain change in your organization with change management expert Rebecca Bennett.
Budget cuts and “Re-Orgs.” It happens at all companies. No one is immune. So the best thing to do is to prepare not for the “if,” but “when.” When your department gets cut in half, here are some tips on how to stay afloat and reach to new heights.
Over the past decade, and more so in the past few years, trends in “Re-orgs” have emerged that should be taken note of. Use this list as a reference to take proactive measures to guide your company in the right direction before they guide you out the door.
When trying to enact change at your company, persuading the right people at the right time is key. Here is a proven strategic method to help you be succesful.
When hosting a retrospective during a project post-mortem, set yourself up for success by following this creative format, best practices and proven ideas that can alter their perception of the value of a retrospective. Your team should walk away with a sense of satisfaction because they had their issues addressed and that they feel closer to their team mates.