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A presentation on how companies a successfully introduce change in their organizations

A presentation on how companies a successfully introduce change in their organizations

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  • A presentation on how companies can Successfully Bring change to their Organizations.
  • • Change can be a new Set of Rules. • New Business Strategy. • New Operating system. • New Philosophy and Mindset Introduction.
  • • Customer Satisfaction. • Business Growth and Success. • To stay ahead of Competition. • Employee Growth and Development.
  • • Proper awareness & Marketing of the Change to the organization. • The quality and the standard of introducing change is very important. • Results expected from the change need to be a direct reflection of the investment made to the change.
  • • A properly organized change Leadership Structure. • Leadership that exemplifies the values of the Change. • Leadership to teach and mentor fellow colleagues. • Leadership to Constantly coach organization members on new changes.
  • • Some of the changes Introduced need to be contributions from the members of the organization. • Members of the organization need to be part of the change from the start of the Introduction of the change until the end.
  • • Change needs to Bring Needed benefits and not bring change just because the is Budget for it. • There must be short term Benefits. • The must be long term benefits too.