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An organization’s strategic vision drives internal change initiatives and the tactics it employs to react to market conditions. Change leaders ensure resources are spent wisely by driving work efforts documented in the plan, or as a response to lagging indicators of effectiveness. Leaders should focus on change efforts that have a direct impact on the strategic goals. Once the overall strategy is defined, change initiatives can be managed through formalized projects

Change leaders strive to:

  • Explore the characteristics of change (what is changing, degree of change, number of people impacted, who is impacted, timing, etc).
  • Understand the context of the change (perceived need, prior experience, shared vision, competing initiatives, etc).
  • Establish a vision of where the organization is headed.

Measure the progress of the organizational change effort and make real-time adjustments to ensure the program will meet its objectives.

To learn about the ways Ignite Consulting utilizes strategic alignment, measures initiative progress, and makes adjustments to ensure client success, click below.

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