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Four Necessities for Your Change Management Journey (Infographic)


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Get optimistic about achieving a major transformation by including these four change management necessities into your strategic road map.

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Four Necessities for Your Change Management Journey (Infographic)

  1. 1. Necessities for Your Change Management Journey The road to change is paved with resistance. As you set out on a journey to major transformation, get optimistic about reaching your destination by including these four change management necessities: Leadership, Communication, Training and a Reliable Partner. Continue the Journey Visit to learn more. 1 “Clear Direction in a Complex World: 2011-2012 Change and Communication ROI Study Report,” Towers Watson 2 ”Developing better change leaders,” The McKinsey Quarterly 3 Mike Aroney, Allied Reliability Group 4 “Gartner Study Finds Companies Under-Invest in Organizational Change Management,” Emergent Insights 5 “What successful transformations share: McKinsey Global Survey results,” The McKinsey Quarterly ©2013 Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Xerox® and Xerox and Design® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. BR7562 Transformation starts at the top, but leaders are needed at every level to fuel success. 15%of implementation budget should be invested in change management, according to Gartner4 71%success rate when frontline employees take initiative to drive change5 Leaders Have Right of Way Your organization must understand why a change is necessary and how it will impact each and every employee. 7Xlikelihood of employee buy-in with effective communication1 75%of change destinations reached when employees included in early planning5 Two-Way Traffic: Communication If communication is the “why” of change management, then training is the “how.” This includes new processesand technologies, and how to deal with resistance to change. 30%of organization must be actively involved in change to ensure critical mass3 10XROI on leadership training for managers2 Training Ahead Change management isn’t an add-on. Your change agents should include it as part of the implementation process or be willing to recommend a partner who can help. 69%greater capacity for continuous improvement following a successful transformation5 2.5Xlikelihood of financial success with successful change management1 Merge with a Reliable Partner