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Researchers find that change programs fail to achieve their goals anywhere from 67% of the time to as high as 80% of the time. These statistics make executives consider the risk of change as soon as they think of change. Yet, these statistics focused on failure leave out an important fact. Successful change programs frequently significantly exceed the expectations of those championing them. They can make laggard organizations into front runners, Given the necessity of change and the rewards of a successful change management program, many prescriptions have emerged. Some practitioners believe in carving the change program into small pieces and then celebrating every small success. Others believe in constant communication of the benefits, frequently bringing in current executives, former leaders, respected line managers and workers, to preach the new gospel.
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