No competent executive would lead their organization without a comprehensive business strategy. The same is true in leading transformational change in your organization or community. Your leaders will need a comprehensive strategy that guides the tactical activities that will deliver your desired results.
A change strategy is very different than a project plan. It provides high-level guidance, while the plan identifies tactical actions and specific timing and sequence. Both are important, but strategy must proceed—and guide–planning.
Developing a change strategy is senior leadership work, but most don’t realize it is required. Instead, they launch change initiatives by asking the project team to develop a plan based only on assumptions about scope, schedule and budget. Having a change strategy clarifies the information needed to build a comprehensive and accurate plan.
Join Dr. Linda Ackerman Anderson and explore how a change strategy provides a high-level guidance system that all change activities true to over the course of your transformation.
Discover how a change strategy:
Thriving in today’s complexities requires masterful change leadership skills. Learn our best practices, culled from 40 years of being strategic advisors to senior executives in Fortune 500, government, and global NGO organizations. Individually and collectively, these key strategies will generate a paradigm shift in your approach to change.
Learning these strategies will significantly increase your personal presence and capability as a corporate, government or community leader, activist, or change consultant. They will forever up-level the way you both think about and lead transformation.
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