In most organizations, the CIO bears responsibility for leading the company through digital transformation and innovation. The most effective CIOs prioritize the people side of change. They recognize that successful transformation requires more than new technology that will drive their organizations forward; it requires people in the organization to adopt it.
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Hey project managers, this one’s for you!
Your project is two weeks from go-live. Everything is in the green – on time, on budget, and on scope, yet there are more and more rumblings that the organization isn’t ready. People don’t understand why and what is happening. Only five percent attended the training. The sponsors are getting pushback from other executives. There is talk of putting the go-live on hold. What now?
The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, except when we are talking about change management.
We know that artificial intelligence (AI) will change how you do your job and how your organization does business. And it just might change the world.
Implementing a large-scale change within a city government is a complex task that requires careful planning, collaboration, and adaptability. The challenge of change in city governments includes navigating complex bureaucratic structures, diverse stakeholder interests, and the natural resistance to change.
Ask yourself these questions…
Have you thought about your organization’s change management strategy? Do you know how to move your organization from needing more information to realizing benefits?
You’ve probably heard the phrase teamwork makes the dream work, but have you ever put much thought into what that really means and how to put it into practice?
Business leaders are constantly looking for ways to improve their organizations and streamline processes to meet current and future business needs. Most companies are transforming or need to transform to remain competitive, be more efficient, and position themselves for growth. With change comes disruption, but even when it is positive, change can be difficult to manage. With proper organizational change management, disruptions can be minimized, and successful transformation can be achieved.
Have you found yourself in a position where you are expected to lead team members through an important change initiative? Do you feel like you’re lost and don’t know the first thing about leading your team through transformation? You aren’t alone. One of the main reasons leaders resist change is because they lack confidence in their ability to manage the people side of change.