What’s the biggest hurdle we see companies struggle to leap when implementing change? You may be surprised to hear it’s not vision, desire, funding or strategy. Instead, it’s the appreciation that companies don’t operate by systems — they operate by people.
Ever gone to a meeting to discuss a new strategy for tackling company initiatives? Maybe it’s a tactical issue that hasn’t been working, and someone has developed a new process designed to be more efficient. Or perhaps it’s a technological failure, and a new program is presented as the answer to the problem.
And how many times has everyone left the meeting and gone back to the exact same problems or the exact same processes?