Change is bad if bad comes from change. Throughout human history, the greatest change events did not always lead to a greater good. Change affects us on a personal, professional and organizational level too. Marriage, the birth of a child, a new job, an illness or injury, . . . all these are change events that we willingly or unwillingly experience in life.
Sound priorities enable us to weather through difficult setbacks. Good priorities are also the secret to healthy and successful change.
Change involves risk. Change involves discovery. Often that discovery means that problems and issues surface that otherwise have been unknown or, worse still, ignored. The change demanded on an organization is best managed through clear strategic thinking and deployment. Two types of questions and four kinds of change are essential to organizations that want to grow and prosper. We help you understand the key questions demanded of effective change and act on the correct principles for right ordered change.
Properly done, change is a proxy for improvement and more importantly, change is a necessary and healthy part of growth. In our forthcoming book on Priority Thinking many of of the CEOs and leaders we are interviewing offer us deep insights into how priorities affect change and how they - as leaders - led meaningful and significant change in their organizations and businesses.