Relationships and Organizational Change Management [Infographic]
Change isn’t easy and change management isn’t easy either. But, organizations can come up with a foolproof plan for change management. How? Take a few tips from this infographic that shares change management lessons learned from relationships.
Transformation or change is hard! Be it a change in personal goals or relationships or change on a bigger scale such as an organization-wide change, most often we find ourselves resisting change because of the fear associated with it. Change management can help individuals or organizations transition from their present state to a desired state in the future.
Organizational change management is a process to help employees accept and embrace change in their work environment. These changes could be technology changes, leadership changes or strategic changes in the business. To avoid a negative impact from these changes and enable a smooth transition, a change management process delivered and executed by skilled professionals is essential.
A recent example of forced change management is the COVID-19 pandemic that challenged organizations to rethink their strategies and deal with scope changes in their plans, to ensure business continuity.
There are a couple of lessons learned from relationships that can be applied to organizational change management. To know more on this topic, read this blog from our guest blogger, Daniel Lock. And here’s an infographic that captures the essence of lessons learned from relationships that can be applied to organizational change management.
While on the topic of change management, how prepared are you for a technology change that can affect your training plans? Adobe Flash will reach its end of life by December 2020. Ready to transition from Flash to HTML5-based eLearning? Check this page for more details.