Change can be overwhelming and difficult, especially if it’s constant. Seventy-seven percent of HR practitioners and leaders report that their organization is in a state of constant change. It’s especially so for those tasked with helping to implement change across an organization. It’s been reported widely that organizations’ change management initiatives experience a high rate of failure. In fact, 85% of organizations can cite at least one failed change management initiative within the last two years! Both the human and the financial costs associated with a failed change initiative can harm an organization, so it’s important that organizational success is not left to chance.
This change management dilemma prompted the International Coach Federation (ICF) to partner with the Human Capital Institute (HCI) to conduct research on how organizations navigate change.
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