Reading Time: 6 minutes According to John Kotter, Professor at Harvard Business School, 70-80% of all organisational initiatives fail. Change is Disruptive. You may think the change you want to implement is trivial, but it can have tremendous effect on the person asking to change. Change always brings disruption to the status quo. Thus, in most change initiatives people reacted with resistance and denial, nor the change is not sustainable. After a certain time, people will go back to the old status quo.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A change agent or agent of change is someone who intentionally or indirectly causes or accelerates social, cultural, or behavioral change. To be effective, your change agents, have to have to burn for the change. Striving for the change should be one — no, it must be the only one — of their personal goals. Align your change agents to the goals of your change initiative regularly with visioning workshops.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Canvas Models are visual one-page overviews that lay out both what you do (or want to do), and how you go about doing it. They enable structured conversations around management and strategy by laying out the crucial activities and challenges involved with your initiative and how they relate to each other.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Lean Change Canvas combines Lean Stack thinking with Kotter's 8 Leading Steps for Change. It's a tool to realise organisational change fast and effectively by continuously proving small, minimum viable change increments with measurable experiments.
Reading Time: 7 minutes You can not change the culture of your business or organisation. In organisational change initiatives, you are confronted with Resistance, Fear, Loss of Trust, No-Commitment, Resignation. However, there are some factors how to influence the success of organisational change initiatives.