Change management process: Best practices for planning and execution

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They say the only constant in life is change – which just may be twice as true in business. Whether dealing with new competitors, shifting economic conditions, unpredictable supply chain issues, or even the rise of paradigm-shifting new technologies, there always seems to be something requiring businesses to adapt. 

Despite this, change is often difficult to do. Breaking old habits, introducing new processes, and sometimes even just recognizing the need for change in the first place, may all be met with resistance. This may well be why only about a third of today’s change initiatives end successfully.

This goes to show that change isn’t something that you should just respond to, but is instead something you can learn to prepare for. Let’s take a close look at how you can do this through an effective change management process.

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