7 Questions to Consider as You Assess Your Competitive Edge in Change Management

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7 Questions to Consider as You Assess Your Competitive Edge in Change Management

It’s a best practice to ensure there is always enough competitive analysis being done to know where you are in relation to your competition, especially when assessing your competitive edge.

Consider these seven questions as you do your self-assessment:

Are you better or worse than your competition at satisfying the customer?
Are you…

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Change Management Danger Points: Part 2

No change project lasts forever – or at least it shouldn’t.  Whether change agents measure success by a timeline to completion or the attainment of a specified goal, the workload gets lighter and the end of the project becomes a reality.  It is time to tie up the loose ends…

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Rick’s Reflections | Engaging with the Association of Change Management Professionals in Dallas

Reflecting on the time I spent recently in Dallas, Texas at an Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) meeting on standards with twenty-five highly experienced, talented and passionate change management professionals from around the world, I have decided now is the right time for me to discuss the work…

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Change Management Danger Points: Part 1

In the change process there are two critical danger points that can derail even the most focused change initiatives.  These occur at the very beginning as the change is being defined, and at the end, when building an exit strategy.
Danger Point #1 – Poor Definition

Sustaining a change must begin when…

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4 Steps to Improve the Way Your Company Manages Change

In today’s times, the organizations that can change will survive and organizations that won’t change – or struggle to adapt – will risk its chance at surviving. Over the years, organizations have stopped trying to figure out what changes to make, but they added a critical element to the process.…

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