It’s that time of year to take a look at the types of change initiatives you intend to be launched in the coming year. Such examples could include:
Any of these will be a change within the organization and should be planned out. In thinking through what change initiatives you should consider (in no particular order and this is not a complete list of questions we answer):
Often, change initiatives are comprised of a number of smaller initiatives that help achieve your overall goal. Determining what change initiatives to launch is a strategic planning session in itself! Are you up for it? Do you have the staff to take on the challenge? Undoubtedly each of those projects will require changes in the business – whether it is how the work is done, the skills that employees need to be successful.
You then to begin to get feedback and support from your employees at all levels about the upcoming change initiatives. Their feedback will help you to better shape what changes are launched (and how and when they are launched) as well as enable employees to feel a part of the process. Employees who feel are part of the process are more likely to champion and you will create buy-in. So – what are your plans for 2020 change initiatives?
Need help thinking through what change initiatives you will launch, or in getting strategic planning done to ensure the company is moving in the right direction? Contact Aloha to learn more about how we work with our clients to drive successful change, and manage projects big and small to align such change.