In our latest edition of The Credera Brief video series, Jen Koide, managing partner and transformation expert at Credera, shares three guiding principles to help organizations implement successful transformation initiatives.
Creating Effective Transformation Programs
The global pandemic launched a flurry of transformation imperatives, and nearly two years later, many organizations are still wondering how to maximize these here-to-stay initiatives. Another effect of the pandemic? Fatigue. Zoom fatigue, eight-hours-of-meetings-per-day fatigue, and uncertainty fatigue, to name a few. As a result, tried and true transformation methods like in-person training, desk-side coaching, lengthy online training modules, and two-hour all-hands meetings are adding to the burnout and failing to deliver their intended value.
Effective, constructive communication and change management are imperative for ensuring critical transformation programs are well received and serve their purpose. At Credera, we guide our clients to consider these three guiding principles when implementing transformation initiatives:
Three Post-Pandemic Principles for Effective Change Management
Keep it simple. Offer your audience bite-sized content that can be consumed in 10 minutes or less.
Experienced strategists and designers are essential. Dedicated, experienced designers should be part of the change workstream, working to develop strategy and communications development.
With simplicity in mind, stay focused on the goal, purpose, and progress fueling your initiatives.
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