Model for Managing Complex Change in the Workforce

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Model for Managing Complex  Change in the Workforce

As businesses continue to deal with challenges that emerged throughout the pandemic, they are having to adapt to the changing landscape of the workforce. From labor shortages to hybrid workdays and remote workers, managing complex change requires organizations to be proactive and plan ahead to ensure they remain competitive. The model for managing complex change developed by John Kotter offers an organized and effective strategy for organizations of all sizes to navigate change successfully and is one of the most utilized. But how can you take this framework and implement it in your organization? While there is not a one-size-fits-all solution to change, using a model for managing it can provide the needed guidance for organizations dealing with the everchanging nature of workforce dynamics. By understanding this model and its components, you can develop a strategy that will help your organization navigate change and be successful in the new world of work