T03 - The Leadership of Change - Ten Lessons Learned
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
9:15 AM – 10:15 AM
Location: Salon AB
Presentation Description: How change management can support sustainable lean and six sigma implementation Too many organisational change, improvement and transformation programmes fail, which that means that objectives are not achieved and the organisation fails to execute their strategy. These failed approaches do not usually have a planned and systematic approach to preparing, communicating and implementing change into the organisation. The key to effective implementation of change programmes is to develop and deploy structured approaches that will help organisations, leaders, teams and employees understand, accept and work with change, to minimise resistance and disruption. This structured approach supports change adoption and benefits realisation. The main benefits of using a structured approach to change management are to deliver successful change and meet targets: ❖ Time. ❖ Budget. ❖ Scope. ❖ Change Adoption. ❖ Improved Business Performance.
Benefits Realisation and Period of Disruption Unmanaged Change - High Disruption - Low Benefits. Reactive Change - Medium Disruption - Medium Benefits. Supported Change - Low Disruption - High Benefits.
Organizational change management is the game change to successful improvement when applying lean or six sigma.
Sponsorship is the single most important factor in change and organizational improvement success.
To achieve future organizational change management success, analyse previous change history, mitigate previous weaknesses and enhance previous strengths.
Without focusing on changing employee behaviors you will not get organizational change or improvement.