Change Adoption and the People of the Churn
Change adoption is critical and instrumental for sustainable change. Therefore, effective change management processes must prioritise Business Transition activities because they drive change adoption. Even with the best change design, a strong methodology and great change professionals, the outcomes from change programs can be disappointing, but it’s not always an execution problem. In my experience, if the implementation process includes a strong transition process with an eye on change adoption from the outset the chances of success are far greater. Successful change management comes down to successfully transitioned people, processes to the desired state. Key factors affecting adoption, from perception to perception to psychology per Regis Couerderoy, revolve around people.
What is Change Adoption?
Change adoption is ensuring that people get the full benefit from the transformations laid on to help them do their jobs better and get the most out of new technology and processes.
Change Adoption supports your business’s strategic objectives which the project implementation should deliver, by preparing and equipping the organisation to adopt the transitioned business elements and the way that this impacts the operations they are users and consumers of and making change stick. The key process that assures this lies in the Transition Capability of the change process.