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Change   Culture

How to ensure strategic alignment in a distributed world

All around the world, governments are scrambling to get their countries and economies “back to normal.” But while our societies are starting to open, the world as we knew it has changed irrevocably. There is no normal to go back to. There’s only the next normal. And organizations that hope to be successful in the next economy must adapt and evolve—and right away.

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Change   Leadership

It's okay not to have the answers

If you’re a leader, now is not the time for answers. Instead, make room for questions.

These days, everything is changing—and fast. In your case, the expectations people have of you as a leader are changing day to day. In fact, you have probably never had to change the way you think and act as quickly as you need to right now.

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3 questions for an experienced digital transformation executive

Digital transformation executive Christian Agger answers 3 key questions about driving digital transformations in multinational companies. Watch the video to see Christian's answers to the 3 questions:

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Organizational change is hard - here's the proof

In this post, we have gathered key statistics about change and transformation. The numbers speak for themselves - managing change in organizations is hard, very hard. 

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Change   Leadership

Top management is very busy wasting time

I bet you cannot think of a single large company that is not in the midst of a transformation. All large corporations are undergoing a profound, often digital, shift in the business that keeps the top management incredibly busy. Yet, none of these executives and companies have found the winning formula for succeeding with transformation. We know this from the statistics: Digital transformations have a dismal 16% success rate, and we know this from the anecdotal evidence: Many executives express that they do not know how to secure and measure employee buy-in to the transformation journey.

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The 4 levels of change maturity explained

The most common reason we fail in developing the change readiness in organizations is that we tend to think we can jump directly from an inactive organization to a proactive one - skipping the steps between. 

In the 2 min video below, Chief Methodologist at Qvest, Pia Lauritzen outlines the four levels of Change Maturity: Inactivity, Reactivity, Interactivity, and Proactivity. She also explains what it takes to level up the change maturity in your organization.

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3 things your employees want you to know about change

For the first time in the history of change management, there exists a technology that can empower every single person in your organization to drive change.

Not activate, not engage, but empower people to drive change.

That technology is Qvest, and it’s revolutionizing organizational change management by getting people to ask questions about the things that matter most to the company.

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