Become a Change Ninja
Why read our Blog?
Change is part of the day to day reality of business and life, affecting everything we do and how we go about getting things done irrespective of our level in an organisation. Despite this, many change initiatives not only fail to deliver, but also cause disruption, low morale and a drop in productivity and profit in the process. Too often this is due to a lack of knowledge and skill in managing change effectively.
The aim of our blog is to help you to succeed in managing change. We want to help you to become a ‚Äòchange ninja‚Äô by providing clear and concise practical tips and strategies you can implement now!
This blog will help you get really clear on
- what needs to change
- how to make it happen;
- how to ensure that it really ‚Äústicks‚Äù to improve performance, productivity and profit
What do we mean by ‚Äòvision‚Äô? Simply, ‚Äòa clear picture of what you want to achieve, where you want to be, and by when‚Äô. So, vision is all about your ‚Äòdesired future state‚Äô. It‚Äôs often confused with ‚Äòmission‚Äô, however mission is about where you are today ‚Äì your purpose, why you exist, and where you are now. In other words, your mission is¬†what you do best everyday¬†whereas your vision is¬†what the future looks like because you do that mission so exceedingly well. So, for example: Everyday Google does: “organize the world‚Äòs information and make it universally accessible and useful” (mission). And if Google does exceedingly well, it will at some future point: “develop a perfect search engine” (vision). Having a clear picture of where you want to be and where you are now allows you to create the right plans to achieve your vision. Managing change effectively allows you to identify necessary adaptions to your plans to ensure you stay on track and get where you want to be. People often think that vision is a soft and fluffy thing that has little impact on performance, however there is overriding evidence that demonstrates having a clear picture of where you want to be and when, can significantly increase your chances of success. If you don‚Äôt know where you‚Äôre going how can you make informed business decisions or evaluate opportunities? How can you expect people to get on board and commit to the actions needed for a change of direction if...
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