Meaningful organizational change is the result of an optimum mix of several catalytic factors. Some of them are internal and largely controllable, whereas, others are external and primarily uncontrollable due to their susceptibility to outside influences. The desire to elevate an organization to a preferred level has the nobility of purpose which demands replenishment with fresh ideas. Consequently, the change equation deserves another look at being adjusted for further robustness as a facilitative tool in countering the high incidences of failure rates in organizations trying to attain the change objectives.
About the Author
Murad Salman Mirza is an innovative thinker and an astute practitioner of areas within and associated with the fields of Organizational Development, Talent Management and Business Transformation.
Murad has around 20 years of multi-disciplinary experience and successfully guided, trained and enabled organizations from services and manufacturing sectors in gaining competitive strategic and operational advantages through ingrained core values, cohesive corporate culture, fervent embrace of diversity and inclusion practices, responsive organizational design and structures, incisive organizational development interventions, engaged talent management initiatives, robust management systems, astute use of technology and an unrelenting focus on enhancing the delight factor for internal/external customers.
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