How to Implement Change Initiatives Through Upper Management

Often times we find that we fear change. Change represents risk, uncertainty, and no guarantee that things will be succeed. But what’s the opposite of change? Stagnation. And while stagnation brings no risks, it does come with a guaranteed lack of relevancy and a decline in progress.
In business, change is necessary to evolve, adapt, and grow to meet the ever-changing needs of consumers and society. Even so, many companies tend to resist change, especially when it’s suggested to management by a lower-level employee. But those directly involved with the organization are often the ones with the knowledge to suggest changes that would benefit all.
Proposing a new idea can be a daunting task, and rightfully so—only 54% of change initiatives succeed. To increase your chances of being in that 54%, it can be helpful to use an organized change management system.
Our most recent infographic walks you through the step-by-step process of how to prepare and present your ideas to senior executives.To access the intensive planning tool and learn how to get your managers to say “Yes!,” see Revitas’ latest infographic below.
“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” –Winston Churchill
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