We’re all familiar with the notion that change is the one constant in life, but it has never been more applicable than today. We’re living through a period of seismic disruption and uncertainty, which necessitates the ability to regularly implement and sustain new ways of working at every level of an organisation.
Unfortunately, however, despite the growth of change management as a discipline and practice, the failure rate for organisational change projects is still around 60 to 70 per cent. Recognising the reasons why organisational change fails is, of course, the first step to avoiding them.
With this in mind we’ve pulled together the most common mistakes organisations make to help you improve your odds of success. Download our infographic to learn why organisational change fails and what to look out for.