How do people deal with Organisational Change?
Research from the University of Texas suggests that people go through predictable stages when a change is introduced into the organisation. Most people have concerns about these changes. They can be caused by external pressures, like overseas competition, or an organisation's own initiatives, such as a decision to downsize to lower operating costs.
The purpose of the ChangeAbilitator Questionnaire is to determine the concerns people have when a change is implemented in their organisation.
One key strategy is to understand what employees think about a specific change before the change is fully implemented.
Change is inevitable and often desirable in a healthy organisation change efforts often fail when the rate of change outpaces the ability of employees to accept these changes.
The ChangeAbilitator can discover the concerns of both individuals and groups. This knowledge will help change agents crreate more effective strategies.
The ChangeAbilitator identifies six types of concerns people often experience when a change is introduced into their team or organisation. The results will give both employees and managers a clear picture of the obstacles they need to overcome to successfully implement change in their organisation.
ChangeAbilitator is a powerful tool for:
Organisational development - identify employee concerns in order to prepare for the obstacles of change
Team-building - gain insight into the dynamics of a group and its ability to accept change
Leadership development - learn to implement changes effectively by understanding employees' concerns.