Organizational Change

Change is the only constant. Leaders need accurate information to help inspire urgency, build coalition, and lead with a vision that is shared and clear. They also need precision to anchor positive changes in their organizations' culture, remove obstacles, and build on the change continuously.

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Organizational change can involve a company's strategy, policy, procedures, structure, and culture. It can be proactive or remedial, people-centric or strategy-centric, incremental or radical, and driven by optimizations of business processes or by needs to adapt with technological shifts.

As today's changes in market reality and technology are more frequent than ever before, the many explicit and implicit forces behind organizational change are creating great complexities for leaders.

It is crucial that leaders have clear perspectives of where their organization is today and will be tomorrow. Use deep data as your partner. Survature is a critical assessment tool designed to help you understand people at moments of change.

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Dimensions of Organizational Change

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