Solutions: Change Management

Executives today must implement large-scale organizational change initiatives in ever-tighter time frames with fewer resources. Yet, anticipated performance outcomes often do not materialize as internal resistance slows or derails their change initiatives. An organizational network analysis (ONA), done before a change initiative, can help identify barriers to change and facilitate change initiatives by leveraging people and values in certain network positions such as highly central people and those who broker relationships across groups. An ONA can also be done as a follow-up six to nine months after implementation to evaluate the success of the initiatives and areas where further interventions are necessary.

Learn how to . . .

Manage Large Scale Change & Post-Merger Integration

Align Networks to Ensure Change Programs Deliver Desired Results

Identify & Mobilize Key Network Enablers to Support and Drive Change

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