Although always important, communication is absolutely critical when deciding to adopt a strategy execution program like Six Disciplines.
It’s challenging to manage the transition (“if nothing changes, nothing changes…”) if people have no sense of where the changes are headed. Painting a picture for them can be difficult
The truth is that many organizations head into a transition state with nothing more than some basic ideas, some lofty goals and cherished values to guide them on their journey.
It’s crucial for leaders to develop and widely communicate a compelling “case for change.” The end product-a well-articulated and persuasive argument for change-becomes, in effect, the mantra of the upcoming change for the organization.
When communicating organizational change to your employees, include:
BOTTOMLINE: The reasons for change need to be communicated early, clearly, often and in delivered in many different ways.