A 2015 Harvard Business Review study (Donald Sull, Rebecca Homkes, Charles Sull - Why Strategy Execution Unravels and What to Do About It) explored in-depth the specific reasons why strategies that are carefully crafted nevertheless falter in the execution phase.
- The worst scenario – no culture for supporting the benefits realization of Critical Success Enablers (CSEs);
- Brene Brown, the Man in the Arena, reflects on how important being in the trenches enables understanding benefits and being courageous enough to drive impactful program change.
In this course, you will join change leaders and learn the key principles of successful change management. You will understand the principles of change management as the foundation for creating the change readiness and benefits achievement culture. Challenging the status quo, building on key principles such as the Prosci ones, will increase alignment to business strategies and be anchored in governance excellence and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) rigor. This will allow you, over four weeks, to understand how to work with senior executives to drive enterprise change and practice the role of being a change scientist. Change agents who are able to use data and trends, balanced with diverse human expertise, will succeed in utilizing a structured approach for securing project deliverables and designing and adapting successful program delivery roadmaps resulting in achieving major changes.