Change Pulse survey 2016 launch

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Posted by Kirsten on 24th Nov 2016

The SIG is pleased to announce the launch of a new ‘Change Pulse’ survey focusing on change methodologies, success factors and measures. The key objectives for this survey is to understand the primary and secondary drivers for planned and managed change and if the change model and methodologies used differ depending on these drivers.

The survey also aims to understand the perception of participants around the factors for successful change that the Enabling Change SIG has been working on. Furthermore, we would also like to know how success of a particular change initiative is measured and the range of criteria used again differs depending on change drivers and methodologies.

The headline findings from the above survey will provide input into our planned introductory publication on managing change. Finally, we would also like to invite organisations to participate in further research interviews and in the formulation of case studies.
You can find the link to participate in the survey here.

The survey will remain open until the end of the day Friday 18th November 2016.

If you have any questions about the Change Pulse survey then please contact Parag Gogate on parag.gogate@arcusfm.com

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