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Driving Organisational Change

December 2, 2019

 

 

 

Organisational change is defined as “the process in which a company or organisation changes its working methods or aims, for example in order to develop and deal with new situations or markets:
-Sometimes deep organisational change is necessary in order to maintain a competitive edge.”


I’ve been working with a number of companies to drive organisational change to maintain that competitive edge by achieving a variety of outcomes.

Some of the change initiatives have been:

  • Improve their Business Processes to deliver projects on time and with quality and efficiency

  • Adapt their culture to the new need driven by the ever changing demographics and get the best productivity from the employees

  • Revamp their organisational structure and leadership to drive growth and agility to deal with the dynamic demands of the consumers and technology- thus remaining relevant in a fast changing world

  • Change the way they look at their people to become a preferred place to work and thus manage the employee attrition that drains the organisation of talent and expertise

All these changes finally empower the organisation to maintain a competitive edge in one way or another.

Over the years I’ve studied various change initiatives of organisations and have seen some succeed through rapid change and agility, while others have dragged along and finally lost traction completely. In order to empower organisations, to achieve their objectives through change; here are some of the enablers and derailers observed by me.

 

Enablers: