Whatever you think, think the opposite
Change projects that influence organizational and people behavior can be complex. A McKinsey & Co. research suggests that “two out of three change projects fail to achieve their goals”—it’s clear: making change a success is hard.
The traditional approach to change program creation involves defining current and desired states, identifying gaps and creating solutions. As sound as this process may appear, it could leave many aspects uncovered and risks identified. Often, our minds are trained to think about the steps we can take to success, not the failures and roadblocks that we’ll potentially meet along the way…
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