Digitalisation influences the working world today more than ever before. New company structures and services emerge, processes need to be re-thought. Change management plays a decisive role in shaping processes of change.
Implementing change processes in this digital age is especially dependant on the following two factors:
- A functioning company culture that enables an agile approach on constantly variable change.
- A strong management level, that lives and drives the concepts of transformation as an example.
Especially management needs to recognise, communicate and set tangible focus on the challenges that occur due to digitalisation. Companies need to become aware that digitalisation is now a normality in company strategy, organisation and culture. Without cultural change there is no digital transformation. And only people, who are concerned with their own thinking patterns and culture, can facilitate others in their behavioural- and thinking patterns, in order to promote successful transformation.
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June 07, 2017 | Taicang
Business Talk Digital Transformation & Industry 4.0
Recognizing opportunities and successfully overcoming challenges
nowadays, all over the global business world keywords referring to change are discussed and related “magic recipes“ are published. The so-called “Industry 4.0“ is all about: Digitalization, Transformation, VUCA, Globalization, Agile Leadership, Agile Teams, Scrum and Innovation. We will put these keywords under scrutiny and clarify how the development can be mastered successfully.
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A Must-Read on Change Management
Resistance vs. Leadership:
Progress through Change Management
70% of all change initiatives fail. But resistance turns in your company’s favor once you understand that change is a multi-stage process – not an event.
Therefore, applying effective Change Management on the project from the very beginning is the key to establishing a sense of urgency.
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