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This Ignition Guide provides strategy leaders with a robust framework, implementation tools and templates for building a change management plan to support a major shift in enterprise strategy.
Published: 11 March 2021
Corporate Strategy Research Team
Recommended by the Authors
Corporate strategy leaders can play a key role in supporting enterprise change by building a clear and effective change management plan. Avoid common change management pitfalls and successfully prepare your organization for change with this guide.
Nearly three-quarters of executives admit to being dissatisfied with current transformation efforts. Why do businesses get stuck on their transformational journey? We took a close look at how dozens of companies have approached this imperative.
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