Building Effective Change Through a Results-Oriented Platform

Nearly 70% of change programs fail. Of those that meat their initial goals, only 25% are sustained over time. To implement change successfully in an organization, you need to receive permission from and engage everyone, rather than waiting for executives at the top to make that commitment.

In this article, you discover:

  • 3 common pitfalls of change management initiatives
  • How to build a change management approach that actually works
  • Examples from real-world clients who’ve done it right
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