How to Lead Agile Change ($20)
"You need to publish this. Seriously." - Akshay, TEDx speaker
McKinsey Corporation estimates that 70% of organizational change programmes fail!
And that’s after they’ve hired groups like McKinsey, paid them a million dollars, invested 12 months, and stressed themselves out. It’s ‘the master plan approach’ and it’s broken. There’s got to be another way.
In my PhD on systemic change, I discovered an alternative approach. It did not exist in any book, but I saw it being practiced by some of the world's best companies. Instead of a master plan, it followed the principles of systems thinking and strategic leverage points:
Don’t go big — go small.
Don’t go high-risk — go low-risk.
Don’t go expensive — go cheap.
Welcome to Leverage: a low-cost, low-stress, low-risk approach to organisational change.
Plus a Leverage workbook to help you apply the nine leverage points to the conundrum of your organization.