Everything you need to know about creating a “change-able” organization

By Rita Buscher Kulis on January 28, 2016

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Let’s face it: change is fast and it’s frequent, especially in business—and it doesn’t stop.

Leading organizational change has moved from a nice to have to a need to have. It’s more important now than ever before that we understand what change leadership really means—it’s more than just being decisive and communicating your vision.

What’s the secret to not only surviving but thriving during change?

Creating a culture where change is sustainable at all levels. To help you get started, my colleague Stu Cohen, who leads Linkage’s Strategic Change Advisory Services, recently created a SlideShare packed with everything you need to know:

Is your organization ‘change-able’? Did the seven indicator statements on slide 5 resonate with you or alarm you?

Change is hard. Our Strategic Change Services can help.

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About Rita Buscher Kulis

When she's not geeking out over marketing, Rita Buscher Kulis hits the hiking trails with her 100-pound lab, Indy. A Lego enthusiast, you can find Rita on Twitter at @Buscher.

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