6 lessons for change implementation success

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Nov 22, 2010

    In the November issue of our newsletter we share the 6 most common lessons for implementing change successfully. These lessons have been gleaned from client feedback, and we believe they make very compelling reading. They are:

    • #1: Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it
    • #2: It's easy to let imperative become diluted
    • #3: Agents can't be sponsors
    • #4: Engagement is time consuming, but not so time consuming as trying to implement change with unengaged managers and employers
    • #5: It's not the money; it's the recognition
    • #6: Middle managers are the key to success

    Do these ring true to you? Are there any you have learnt?

    Tags: Change Management, change implementation success, General, Research, success change implmentation, successful change lessons, successful change management

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