In 1995, John B. Kotter completed a 10-year study of more than 100 companies and found that only 30 percent of change programs have succeeded in achieving their objectives. In 2008, more than a decade later, McKinsey & Co. surveyed 3,199 executives and results showed only one in three change programs found success.
Why do so many change initiatives fail?
Examining this further reveals that two factors account for 70 percent of failures: employee resistance and management behaviors. In other words, people are the key to success.
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