Strategic Change Momentum

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Description of Strategic Change Momentum. Explanation.

 

Definition Strategic Change Momentum. Description.


The Momentum for Strategic Change can be described as the strength, force or energy gained by motion or through the development of events that is necessary for the implementation of a strategy or of strategic change.


Like physical momentum, organizational momentum has a size and a direction. It can be created and maintained by showing leadership, focus, commitment, persistence, and by employee involvement, effective actions, and consistent communication. Also it may be necessary to adapt the organizational Culture and to deal with the dark side of change: conflict, resistance, failure and cynicism.


The momentum level of any change effort or strategy implementation process fluctuates over time. At times it is high as people work energetically and productively. At other times it is low. People are stalled or stopped, feeling like they are making little or no progress.


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  Strategic change without momentum (1 reactions)
Change is not always welcome as it causes stress and is ofte...
 
 
 
 
  Goals, Communication & Momentum
All goals or strategic objectives to be achieved in a time b...
 
 
 
 
  Leadership Role in Strategic Change Momentum
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  Focus on Alignment Has Positive Impact on Momentum
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  Organizational Momentum (21 reactions)
Momentum can be stagnaged by poor decisions, leadership chan...
 
 
 
 
  Achieving Strategic Change through Portfolio Management (1 reactions)
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Six Crucial Mind Shifts for Strategy Execution / Implementation

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The Role of the CEO in Strategic Change Initiation

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Compare with: Appreciative Inquiry  |  Change Management Iceberg  |  Strategic Infliction Point  |  Forget Borrow Learn  |  Kaizen  |  Business Process Reengineering  |  DICE Framework  |  Change Model Beckhard  |  Changing Organization Cultures  |  Action Learning  |  Change Phases  |  Force Field Analysis  |  Core Group Theory

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