What is the implementation of changes

Implement change management correctly: 14 tips

If you want something to change, you have to move on!

Why is it so difficult and so often fails to implement resolutions and ideas? What a pity!

Do you already have one in your company Initiated changes or have you already experienced changes in your workplace? I guess 99 percent. And how many roll their eyes on this subject? Defensively estimated: over 60 percent. Great quota, right?

What's wrong with that?

Change management is important and a basis for survival for any company. That is why it is so important to understand how it should be dealt with. You will now find out how to tackle the topic correctly.

Why are changes and innovations so important?

Stagnation means regression.

The world is turning and it feels faster and faster. Some of these changes should and must be responded to. Another drive for change management are Improvements to increase productivity or a better working atmosphere.

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Create innovations other perspectives and bring momentum to one or the other routine. New ideas solve the tunnel vision. All of this helps in the development of:

  • Companies
  • Products
  • Departments
  • Processes
  • Employees

No success without new input, that's a fact. But as sure as the amen in church is: Wrong implementation has the opposite effect and makes further implementation more difficult from time to time. A hurdle that is then more and more difficult to take.

Why do so many approaches fail? And then who has the ass card?

Definitely the elephant in the china shop! In this case, he is the one who wants to change something immediately, now and at all without considering losses. The fan base is definitely crumbling.

One of the biggest mistakes is to divulge the idea directly internally and, above all, to want to implement it immediately. Too often one is missing concrete plan for the changes and even more often the corresponding one is missing communication. A lack of education fuels fear, and fear is a poor companion. 90 percent of employees live in a comfort zone.

Life begins where we leave the comfort zone.

- creative time out (@kreativeauszeit) January 8, 2016

And who likes to leave these voluntarily? Very many are missing that Far-sightedness and the courage to change. The positive effects are gladly taken away, but if possible without taking any action. Therefore: only those who understand will allow themselves to be motivated and not cross their arms.

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In addition, many changes, ideas, innovations, etc. ... are implemented rather poorly or not at all sensibly and sustainably. And when it does, it often involves a lot of effort for the employees and consequences that were not considered beforehand. The extremely inhibits enthusiasm for new ventures.

No, it's not always because of the others in the comfort zone, so first answer the following questions:

  • How often did you want to change something?
  • And how sustainable was your project?
  • Be extremely honest with yourself, why didn't it work out?
  • Did the implementation work, what was the reason for it?

The good thing is that there is a chance to turn things around again, so "get on with the meatballs".

14 tips on how to turn an idea into the ace up your sleeve

1. TIME

A change doesn't happen overnight - don't do too much!

2. REST

Give yourself at least a few days to let the whole thing sink in.

3. REFLECTION

Think back to missed and bad, aborted implementations - learn from mistakes.

4. CHANGE OF PERSPECTIVE

In the first step, discuss the topic with people you trust outside the company - the perspective of outsiders is important.

5. FORESIGHT

Outline who and what will be affected by the changes immediately and afterwards.

6. REALITY

There is absolutely no shame in abandoning the project if it doesn't work. Better none than a bad change, not everything has to be reinvented.

7. PLANNING

So prepared, you invite to a meeting to openly discuss it with the relevant employees.

EXTRA: Visualize the meeting or project in 5 steps

8. HONESTY

If previous implementations of changes have failed once or several times, show strength, admit that, explain the reasons and what and why it will be different now.

9. COMMUNICATION

Clarify, allow new input and, above all, win and inspire the right companions for the topic.

10. TEAMWORK

Together with the team, decide whether the manpower is sufficient or whether additional experts are necessary.

11. OVERVIEW

Fix the first small steps and a time frame and introduce regular feedback meetings.

12. STRATEGY

Steer and coach rather than dictate, which can also mean changes in the route taken.

13. EMOTIONS

Leave emotions at home, it's about the factual implementation and the goal, not whether your idea, your suggestion or you are the hottest.

14. MOTIVATION

Introduce small bonuses: very individual with a successful implementation and a corresponding added value - successful implementation cannot be taken for granted.

#attheend

Is implemented correctly new input definitely an ace up your sleeve. Anyone who does not use this opportunity wisely can destroy a lot. That starts with the Employee loyalty and can result in reduced yield. As so often, it helps you:

  • a reflection,
  • a strategy and most of all
  • clear communication.

Only when you are able to clearly state what you expect can prevent disappointment. Precisely because of this, have a plan and tackle the important issue of change management sensibly. The ace up your sleeve makes the difference, for sure!

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