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I have all the information I need to get on board with this change and I understand the sense of urgency. • I have a clear picture of how the organization will be different after the change has been implemented. • I understand the priority of this change in relation to other initiatives within the organization. • I know where to go for help and/or support if I have questions, concerns, or challenges related to the change. • I am confident in the ability of the organization to sustain this change.
Correspondingly, the tact of change processes is often set by outside factors. Also, many enterprises like changes from the inside. With the high speed of change processes and the high number of changes, more mistakes are surfacing. Typical “speed mistakes” in change processes are: • Changes are started or initiated too early. The company, the employees or customers are not ready. • Changes are started or realized too late. A product was introduced already by other enterprises; a market is already satiated, etc.
The customs and fashions of men change like leaves on the bough some of which go and others come.