Each and every company that has realized gains in the past few years has internalized the idea that change is the status quo. Managers have to rethink their tactics, strategies and business models at a higher frequency than ever before. The most important aspect to organizational health is the constant and immediate changes an organization takes in response to our ever-evolving global business environment. Organizations that postpone making changes, risk being left behind and losing the race.
Having said that, we all know that change is a process that has to be done with great caution and sensitivity. The infographic below, made by Torben Rick, highlights the important questions every business has to ask itself before approaching the next organizational change. According to Torben, the drive for this constant need for change is our networked, knowledge-intensive economy.
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