Change agility in management
How can business areas thrive when experiencing almost constant change
Change discussions often focus on the importance of the leadership role, but increasingly it is the management layer that needs additional support in order to ‘manage’ the layers of constant change that their business areas are expected to absorb.
The Change Management Institute’s change management maturity study (2012) highlights the consistently low capability found in the business management areas when compared to that found at the project or leadership levels of the organization.
This article outlines the seven best practices that ensure that business areas have the agility to not only cope but fly in a disruptive environment