Ten Best Practices for Leading Organizational Change

Fri, May 15, 2009

Based on my more than 20 years of experience as an organizational change strategist and executive coach, the following ten best practices will ease the pain of large-scale change and ensure successful implementation.

1.       Conduct upfront assessment and planning

2.       Ensure demonstrated leadership and sponsorship commitment

3.       Involve and engage your key stakeholders during the planning process

4.       Build an implementation team that includes representation from key stakeholders and influence leaders throughout your organization

5.       Assess and monitor cultural impact

6.       Provide training and development to those who will be impacted by the change

7.       Provide honest and straightforward communication in a timely manner

8.       Rework reward system  to align with desired changes

9.       Identify and plan for workforce transitions

10.   Redesign and align the organization

For expert advice on leading organizational change in turbulent times, contact info@rubenconsulting.com for a complimentary consultation. 

Marcia Ruben Ph.D, PCC, CMC

Marcia Ruben Ph.D, PCC, CMC

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