Change Management

Processes of change: make sure you do not make these mistakes over the past decades, companies of all sizes and features have focused their efforts through different methodologies: management of total quality, reengineering, optimal sizing, restructuring, cultural change and conversion. But in virtually all cases the basic goal was the same: make fundamental changes in the way of directing the companies to operate in a new market and increasingly challenging. Some of these efforts were very successful. Others were a complete failure. Most occupied an intermediate point, with a bias generalized towards the bottom of the scale. The lessons that can be drawn are interesting and probably applicable to your experience, so, we are on them. The more general lesson that can be drawn from the success stories of is that the change process is usually pass through certain stages, skip steps only creates the illusion of going faster and never produces satisfactory results.

A second general lesson with great application potential is that serious mistakes in any of the stages has a devastating effect, which reduces forward speed and counteracts the improvements that had been achieved with so much effort. It might be the cause of even more trained people usually make at least one serious mistake our lack of experience in the renewal of organizations. Do not it!: do not generate the urgency of change. Change efforts more successful getting started when some individuals or some group starts to analyse the competitive situation of the business challenges that seem to close on the horizon of business. Then, those people are way to transmit and disseminate this information in a shocking manner, especially with regard to crisis or great opportunities whose use can be very profitable. This first step is essential, because, from the beginning, the transformation program requires the active cooperation of many individuals. Without motivation, no one You will be willing to help and effort will not come to fruition.