Technical Changes – They Don’t Need to be Destined for Failure
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Technical changes often fail needlessly. Excellence is a journey – a mindset and set of behaviors. It is not a destination. There is no “best practice”, only successful. What works in one organization won’t necessarily work in yours. Benchmarking can reveal what is possible and how others have achieved it, but like a compass, it only points out direction. Excellence runs deep. No one and no one group or department can be excellent in isolation. That is where many go wrong. Excellence is a collective endeavour that yields collective results. Your initiative, no matter what it is, will fail if you fail to bring your whole organization along with you. This is not just some theoretical, all-encompassing change management theory. Learn about a framework for sustainable change developed from decades of experience, successes and failures in our own field. Whatever technical change you decide to make from what you learn here at MainTrain, you’ll stand a far greater chance of success if you consider these factors that go well beyond the technical.