Implementing Organizational Change? Our Free eGuide Gets You Started

Implementing Organizational Change at the Enterprise Level

Managing organizational change at an enterprise level is especially difficult. Teams are large and typically global. Company culture is more nuanced, thanks to sub-cultures within divisions. 

From mergers to leadership transitions, the risk of failure exists with any change. Seventy percent of organizational attempts to drive change fail, in fact.  

But in the enterprise world, where alignment and agility matter more than ever, effectively navigating change has a big payoff. Companies with a change management approach have 2.5x greater financial returns, to start.  

We created a free eGuide to help you manage the inevitable: Organizational change at a global or enterprise level. Download your free copy here. And find an overview of our eGuide below.  

Learn how to effectively manage organizational change

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What is Organizational Change? 

Organizational change refers to any shift in your organization’s structure, culture, or business model. The eGuide outlines three types of change to look out for: Developmental, transitional, and transformational change.  

Whichever type of change your organization is facing, it will likely include two components: Technical and adaptive components. The eGuide also walks through how to recognize each of these components. 

How to Approach Managing Global Change

However large or small your change is, the experience can feel uncomfortable for your employees. Organizational change requires employees to break habits, go outside of their comfort zone, or adopt a practice they wouldn’t necessarily adopt on their own.  

Our eGuide helps you manage change smoothly, ensuring employees stay engaged through the process. It covers:  

How to involve people in the process. Don’t simply broadcast your change and move on. Actively involving employees in the process of enterprise change is crucial to its success. This eGuide covers how to involve employees with crystal-clear direction, opportunities for dialogue, and clear ownership.  

How to effectively communicate your global change. Change at the enterprise level impacts employees across countries, offices, divisions, and levels. Our eGuide features five tactical methods to communicating your change proactively, clearly, and consistently.

How leadership can guide enterprise change forward. Leaders impact your top-level business goals, your company culture, and entire teams’ working styles. Unsurprisingly, your leaders play a significant role in guiding your change forward. Download our eGuide for tips on preparing leaders for this role. 

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