The Change Management Readiness Survey

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Category: Assessments
Code: 4496

Begin the change process with this intense diagnostic of your organisation's capacity to change. Bring problems to light and increase chances of success - quickly and cost-effectively. Includes 8 Response Forms

The Change Management Readiness Survey identifies obstacles to your change initiative before it’s too late

Change Management Readiness Survey now includes 8 copies of the Response Form. This user-friendly survey is designed for change leaders, organisational leaders and managers, and consultants who are not simply tinkering, but changing organisations in powerful ways.

How can you ensure that the major organisational change you are planning—to your structure, strategy, operations, production, or culture—will be successful?

Begin the change process with this intense diagnostic of your organisation’s capacity to change. You can bring problems to light, build commitment to change, gain company-wide support, improve communication and increase your chances of success—quickly and cost-effectively.

Often these change leaders only see part of the picture. This tool will give you a valuable “big picture” view of how a cross-section of senior managers, middle managers and staff throughout your organisation view the change process.

Participants are asked to respond to a brief, 50-statement questionnaire. The results clearly reveal your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses in five critical areas of successful change management:

• Collaboration

• Leadership

• Culture

• Organisational alignment

• Implementation and execution

Do your employees believe your organisation is focused on the most important priorities? Do they see senior leadership as a well functioning team? Do they think you currently have the talent in place to successfully accomplish this change initiative?

By gathering and synthesising input into these and other issues, this survey will be an essential ingredient in your change effort process.

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AUTHORPatrick Saghan, Larry Goldstein & Avik Roy,