Abraham Lincoln is quoted as saying, “We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.” Change Management – much like gardening – is about approach and strategic planning for sustained growth and perennial success. Today’s top organizations large and small alike share the trailblazing characteristics of embracing change to improve processes, implement new technologies, and maximize resource performance. Nitor’s Change Management “horticulture” is rooted in the four-pronged organic engagement of Assessment, Communications, Development, and Alignment. This blended science of organizational change implementation not only captures the transitional journey from current to future state but also builds the framework to sustain continual growth post deployment.
Pack your bags! We’re traveling abroad! A global change initiative is a monumental and transformative undertaking for organizations with cross border trajectories. There may be layovers, several modes of transportation, or even a change in carrier before we arrive at our final destination. Upon arrival, we need to determine where to spend our time to get the best return on investment, which souvenirs to pick up, and which to leave behind to successfully clear customs.