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Failure reasons in change management are many and varied. But one thing is painfully clear. Any organisational initiative that creates change, or has a significant change element to it, has a 70% chance of not achieving what was originally envisaged. There are 3 main reasons for failure: The gap between the strategic vision and a successful programme implementation and the lack of a practical change management model and tools to bridge that gap. The "Hidden and built in resistance to change" of organisational cultures, and the lack of processes and change management methodologies to address this. Failure to take full account of the impact of the changes on those people who are most affected by them i.e. the absence of good strategies for managing change.
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