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Management - Change

Capacity for Change Why do some companies succeed at transformation while others fail? Is it the methods they choose, such as lean manufacturing, Six Sigma and business process reengineering? Maybe it's that old bugaboo, a lack of "leadership commitment." If so, then why has no one come up with a way to measure, predict or replicate the critical factors that make transformations succeed?

Our research into change management has yielded an explanation for why some companies succeed at transformation while others fail—one that surprised us by being both simple and overlooked: Success at transformation is determined largely by an organization's capacity for change. With such capacity, a company can tackle its transformation challenge head-on with confidence. Without such capacity, not only does the change effort risk failure, but also people wrongly label the corporate leadership as failing.





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Leading Change, With a New Preface by the Author

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