Though there are many reasons to identify why an organization starts a change, the ones we usually encounter are special situations such as:
- Strategic change
- Technological innovation
- Work-out / Turn around
- Business development
The common mistake for companies is often to try to execute once-in-a-lifetime not business-as-usual changes with the existing workforce or without any help. Unfortunately, organizations along the way find out that they are missing key-resources or knowledge causing delays and cost overruns.
We advocate small experienced hands-on teams that are effective and cost efficient.
Communicating, evangelizing and getting people excited is not for everyone. It may seriously affect day-to-day operations, and in a worst case scenario, lead to burn-out or absence of valuable staff.