Change Readiness - Readiness to Succeed

Change readiness is about an organisation’s readiness to be successful at change. 

It’s not about being ready to begin a change project. It’s about being ready to end a change project successfully.

Everyone wants change projects to end well, but unfortunately many don’t.

What most people don’t understand is that there is a science to change readiness. We don’t need to guess what works – we know what works.

The only issue is whether we do what works. To do what works, we must pull 4 levers.

Find out what these 4 levers are and how you can pull them. Click on the button below.

Could Your Organisation Have a Change Readiness Problem?

There are some tell-tale signs of low change readiness. If you answer ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, you could have a change readiness problem.

  1. When you review change projects, do you ever feel you have been short-changed in the benefits department? Do the outcomes ever disappoint?
  2. Do change projects ever run over budget? Do they end up costing more than you projected?
  3. Do change projects ever produce unintended consequences? Do they ever cause problems in other areas?
  4. Have you ever invested in a change project and then had to kill it off? Or did it die before delivering any benefits?
  5. Have any change projects failed to deliver sustainable results? Did they work for a while, but then failed to deliver long-term benefits?