- New programs
- New systems
- New processes
- New products
- New ways of working
You’re also probably struggling to do them well.
You’re not alone.
But it doesn’t have to be a struggle.
From our evidence-based model developed with Deakin University
Leaders are committed to building a change-capable organisation and demonstrate this through their actions.
– Visible sponsorship
– Systemic accountability
– Commitment to change capability
The principles of good change practice are embedded in systems, processes, procedures and infrastructure.
– Change management infrastructure
– Portfolio management
– Capacity management
The organisational ecosystem enables mobility for individual initiatives, as well as sustainable change capability.
– Ready and willing people
– Supportive frontline leadership
– Skilled change leadership
– Change conducive culture
– Capability development
The diagnostic allowed us to understand our key strengths, our gaps, and our risk areas. This allowed us to focus in the right areas, towards the things that needed improving instead of where it wouldn’t add value.
Now, it’s very clear that everyone has a role in change. Accountability for the right things at the right levels has made a huge difference.
Melinda, Head of Change Enablement