31% of CEOs are fired due to failed transformation programmes.
It’s a complicated process.
There are different approaches to organisation transformation, but with decades of experience in transformational leadership roles we have seen it all.
At Triumpha, we believe that positive transformation comes from optimising your decision making and taking decisive action.
We believe the best approach to organisation transformation is as follows:
Explore and clarify your vision and strategic goals.
Understand where you are starting from and gather the necessary inputs for optimal decision making.
Consider the depth and breadth of transformation required given your vision and the outputs from assessment.
Decide upon your high priority transformation projects.
Design your transformation strategy
Ensure your implementation approach is aligned with your desired culture and leadership standards.
Implement your high priority transformation projects.
Review your results, capture your learning and adapt your approach.
By following these 5 phases you will ensure that your transformational efforts prove fruitful, resulting in painless transformation.
And that’s the key. Organisation transformation done poorly can be very painful. All transformation requires some form of of disruption from the norm, but negative disruption can have disastrous effects on your business. It can, and often does lead to confusion, wasted energy, time, effort, and money. Not to mention how transformation efforts can affect company culture, which will then affect every aspect of your business, because culture touches every piece of your business.
However, transformation can also be, well, for lack of a better term, transformational. Done right, it can position your company to take advantage of the challenges it faces, turning what were once challenges into opportunities.