Building a High-Level Action Plan In Business Change



    Building High-Level Action Plan In Business Change

    Building high-level action plan that follows your strategy and proposed approach to changing. Business change – in business as in life, few things stay the same. Companies must be willing to move with the times and adjust their operations in response to increased competition, technological advances, stakeholder expectations, and other pressures. True business change is more than just a rudder shift, however. It’s the result of a structured and planned process to make the company more efficient and profitable. This should be just enough so that you can answer the question, “How will this work in order to move forward?” Use your best judgment to create an overall time frame and identify the main phases; the detail will have to come later. This plan should include the major known resource requirements for each phase. It should also detail the level of stakeholder engagement that is desired to move forward with the change. Stakeholder engagement is the process by which an organization involves people who may be affected by the decisions it makes or can influence the implementation of its decisions. Expect expanding levels of involvement throughout the engagement.

     

    Organizational Development

    It is easy to underestimate the amount of effort required to engage a large number of people who are dispersed across wide areas. You don’t need anything special to do this; use your organization’s planning and estimating experts and processes to help you.¬† These experts will help you refine your ideas and strategies, and mold them into a viable business. They are able to fill gaps in your thinking and do lots of independent research and analysis and help formulate business models, tactics, and strategies. Ultimately this will all have to work its way into your company’s business planning process and organizational culture.¬†Organization planning establishes that there is a vision for the business so that the employees know and understand how their day-to-day job duties contribute to the company as a whole.

    These are a few ways to building a high-level action plan.

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