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This infographic is about 20+ pitfalls of organizational change management. It’s a short summary and created by Torbenrick.
Leaders and change managers are continuously confronted with an increasing rate of change and complexity and need to find ways to deal with it.
Leading companies through change has become different from how it was ten to twenty years ago.
The right type of preparation is needed to avoid pitfalls that are typically foreseeable and avoidable.
These 20+ pitfalls can give you insight that need to be avoided.
These are some highlights of the 20+ Change management pitfalls:
- Starting too late and having no time for investigation on alternatives
- Having no winning strategy on what the exact purpose is of the wanted change
- Employees hear the news via the news instead of hearing it from management
- And more…
Would you like to read more about the pitfalls of organizational change management? Scroll down on this page and study the infographic.
This ‘change management pitfalls’ infographic has been published by < Torbenrick, source: http://www.torbenrick.eu/blog/change-management/infographic-organizational-change-management-pitfalls/.
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