Why do some people on my team get through change easier than others? How can I plan for change, and how do I keep my team up to speed and moving forward? Change has never come at us this fast, and knowing that it will never be this slow again, how do I keep us all moving forward and not let the change itself slow us down?
If it’s true that the only thing that doesn’t change is change itself, then why do some people around us get through change easier than others? Why are so many of us so uncomfortable with change? And if it’s not universally hard, why is change so hard for some people, but others seem to navigate through it so quickly? How do I learn to tighten my turn in change or stay grounded when it feels like everything around is changing? Now more than ever, it’s critical for each of us to master the ability to anticipate and recognize change and keep ourselves up to speed and moving forward.
Projects aren’t immune from change. Learn how to keep you stakeholders and your project moving forward no matter how fast change happens.
Why does it seem to take so long to enact real change in our organization? How can we tighten our turn as an organization and get through change faster? What are the proven ways to implement large scale or even small scale organizational or paradigm shifts in my organization, with minimal cost, minimal headache, and maximum results?