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The following infographic, submitted by Circa Interactive, summarizes elements of effective business management models. In terms of change management, for instance, check out what this infographic says about growth and change, the role of company culture, and barriers to change. This is followed by an informative overview of change management programs.
To run successful businesses, entrepreneurs must adopt new management strategies that promote staff retention, revenue generation, and workplace culture. This is in addition to exhorting rank-and-file staff to support change programs. Failing to do so can be costly for a business.
Submitted by Quinn Cooley, Media Manager at at Circa Interactive
Edited by Lynn Patra
North American business leaders have their fingers on the pulse of what it takes to flourish in a constantly changing society. No, it isn’t cutting costs. It is learning how to adapt to change.
The management issue businesses face
While 75% of executives believe that their future success is dependent on their ability to adapt, less than half of them have tried change management programs. And, of the people that have tried to integrate change management programs into their business, only 54% of them feel as though their efforts have been successful.
Clearly, there is a discrepancy between what prevailing wisdom says must be done, and what is actually getting done.
The issue with implementing effective change
Surprisingly, most executives agree that an overhaul on corporate culture is necessary in order for change to effectively occur. While the vast majority of executives agree that it is necessary to consider a company’s culture in order to make effective change, 76% also acknowledge that this was not accomplished in their own change management efforts. Read more of this post