Harvard Business Review

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management

While it’s no new revelation that corporate transformations still have a miserable success rate, even though scholars and consultants have significantly improved our understanding of how they work… HBR dives deeper into this problem and starts with reaffirming the fact, by revealing the latest study findings, which consistently report that about three-quarters of change efforts flop – either they fail to deliver the anticipated benefits or they are abandoned entirely. Why might this be the case and what does everyone get wrong about change management? HBR investigates.

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