Change Risk Assessment

Determine your risk and get the tips you need to succeed.

How do you know if you need to consider a new approach?

The extraordinary expense and business risk caused by failed or under-performing projects have most organizations scrambling to understand how to manage their changes better. Everyone is looking for a “quick hit” or a“quick fix” for projects that do not deliver on schedule, run over budget, and/or cause chaos and frustration in the workforce and in the Board Room. Practicing good change management may be your secret weapon to success.
Take our free Change Risk Assessment and get a head start in determining your risks and some tips to help ensure you’re successful.

Determine your level of risk

Rate each of the following 10 questions. Select the number that best matches your confidence level for each statement.

(1) Low confidence to (5) High confidence or (0) Don’t know.

At the end of the assessment, you will find more information to help you determine where you stand.

1. The leaders of the people impacted by the change are committed to making the change successful.

2. Leaders of people impacted by the change have the knowledge and skill to effectively lead change.

3. Change practitioners have the credibility and trust of colleagues impacted by the change.

4. We currently have the culture in place to support the new behaviors, expectations & processes required in “desired state” of the change.

5. The change is in alignment with the overall business strategy.

6. Past attempts at change in this organization are viewed as successful.

7. The “desired state” is seen by all impacted people as an effective solution to the problems of today.

8. Leaders and change practitioners are using/plan to use communication channels that have been proven to be effective in your organization to help people in the organization understand the change.

9. Leaders and change practitioners are using/plan to use learning tactics that have been proven to be effective in your organization appropriate and are appropriate to help people build the skills and competencies to support the change.

10. Leaders and change practitioners are using/plan to use recognition and reinforcement methods that are valued by impacted people and that have been proven to be effective in your organization to help people in the organization accept and adopt change.

Results

Successful projects should score at least 80%.

Need help? Give us a call at 1.877.823.5370 or contact us. We’d be happy to schedule 30 minutes to discuss your results and offer some ideas on what your next steps should be in the process of managing change.

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