Why proven change methodologies fail
The effort involved in the above exercise will vary depending upon the significance and complexity of the change you are attempting to obtain. However, just having an awareness of the change science principle of environmental override can go a long way in helping you avoid the pitfalls associated with making the assumption that if a process/methodology works for someone else, it should also work for you.
Tom Somodi is a speaker and expert on change, applying his extensive domestic and international business experience, including reorganizations, acquisitions, strategic change initiatives, and taking a company public during the difficult 2011 financial markets. Somodi's’s book, "The Science of Change: Basics Behind Why Change Succeeds and Fails" is now available. For more information, visit www.changescienceinstitute.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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