The Ten Challenges for Change

An exerpt from for process of change. Undersatnding of these 10 challenges are very significant and meaningful for moving the change at right path.

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These challenges are often sufficient to prevent growth from occurring, almost before it starts. They are consistently encountered at the early stages of significant organizational change. The capabilities to deal with them must be developed under high pressure; but in managing these challenges effectively, organizations develop capabilities much sooner than otherwise for dealing with challenges down the road. 

1.Not Enough Time:”We don’t have time for this stuff!”

2.No Help: “We’re like the blind leading the blind!”

3.Not Relevant: “Why are we doing this stuff?”

4.“Walking the Talk” – Leadership values

5.Fear and Anxiety: “This suff is —-”

6.Assessment and Measurement: “This stuff isn’t working”

7.Believers and Nonbelievers:

8.Governance: “They won’t give up the power.”

9.Diffusion: “We keep reinventig the wheel!”

10.Strategy and Purpose


6 Responses to “The Ten Challenges for Change”

  1. dinesh sharma Says:

    Very good comments

  2. Stephen Says:

    In developing change there must be a greater acceptance that there will be greater “pain” through NOT changing.

    Unless Staying the same has a greater pain to it then change will not happen

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