This post focuses on how evaluating change and change agency debates lost their way. Three frames for thinking about these debates are introduced and differentiated.
Post in 48 Words Business school academics frequently and repeatedly claim that organizational change tends to fail. Addressing these 'failures' informs university leadership and management courses for students and consultancy for organizations. Perversely I am now referenced as the missing change tends to fail 'evidence', this Notebook reflects my increasingly paranoid scream!!! In this third …
Organizational change does not tend to fail and 70% style statistics are sloppy generalizations.
We need to question the persuasive narrative that organizational change tends to fail. This post introduces Notebook No.1 and its chapter content questioning currently favoured change failure framing.