Change is inevitable, you can’t step into the same river twice, meaning that everything is always in a state of flow. But too often changes are made as a reaction to outer impulses, crisis, and demands. This is the bureaucratic way of meeting the challenges. Change is never for its own sake. The true reason behind the change is either due to the ineffectiveness of teams/organizations or the inefficiency of processes/practices.
Change Management is always challenging with a high percentage of failure rate. Indeed, change is difficult. Some say, change is not a problem, the primary reason for change failure is resistance to change while the secondary reason is the inability of leaders to deal with resistance. The purpose of the book “Change Insight” is to:
-Dig deeper to analyze the psychology behind changes and handle problems and changes at the level of the mindset.
-Explore people-centric change management philosophy and practices.
-Differentiate change leadership and change management, orchestrate change at all level of the organization.
-Set Change Management principles to inform and support the way of managing change effectively.
-Build change as an ongoing capability, not just a one-time business initiative.
-Analyze the potential change pitfalls and roadblocks on the change journey.
-Make objective change assessment and measurement from the multidimensional lens.
-And ultimately build high-mature organizations with changeability to fuel the digital transformation.