Determining Your Needs
Determining which strategies for change would be most beneficial to your organization requires taking a look at where you are right now, what challenges you face, how external conditions are shaping your choices and where opportunities lie. Below you will find examples of the type of questions I would ask in order to help you assess your needs.
Readiness for Strategic Change
If your organization has developed a new strategy to meet your organizational goals, you've probably invested significant time, money and effort into defining your strategy. Don't let that investment go to waste. Here are a few questions to consider:
Capacity for Ongoing Change
Change is constant. Even if you are not implementing a major strategic change, you are likely dealing with incremental changes that are an inherent part of today's work environment. Imagine if you could enhance your organization's capacity to work more effectively, adapt quickly and thrive even in the face of change. Where is change putting the greatest pressure on your organization?