Thursday, March 27, 2014

Why Change When Things Were Successful Before?

By New Directions Insight
We recently began work with a fortune 1000 company whose sales have quadrupled over the past four years and who now boasts a more than 6,000 employee workforce. Despite that enormous growth and success, the company is deciding to make massive changes within its culture and the way it conducts business.

Why? Why change when things have been so successful?

This is the toughest question to answer when you're already a successful organization. If it were a poor, less-than-stellar organization, then our Case for Change isn't a massive leap for anyone to accept (we all know why we need to change). But creating a Case for Change and a dissatisfaction with the status quo can be somewhat difficult if you've only known tremendous success.

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