Executive Guidance

Boosting Corporate Performance During Change Initiatives

Continuous change is the reality of today’s organizations as they realize that major transformations are required more frequently to stay competitive. Unfortunately, all this change creates an uncertain environment for employees, and this poses a significant business risk: change-stressed employees perform 5% worse than the average employee. On average, this translates to a $32.5 million bottom line hit per $1 billion in revenue.

While most companies focus on building positivity and employee commitment to changes, they should instead work to create or reestablish employees’ capability to change. Employees too often find that underlying support structures have not kept pace with changes, but by building organizational change capability executives can capture the original benefits they are striving for with their new initiatives.

Learn how top companies navigate major changes seamlessly while boosting performance.

Make Your Organization More Change-Capable

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Download Change Capability Tool

Reframe how you build change. Our Change Capability Tool helps boost your corporate communications’ capability to successfully implement your new organizational initiatives.

» Download the Tool

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Webinar Replay

Move from change-fatigued to change-capable—this webinar replay explains how to build organizational change capability, overcome change fatigue, and create results for your organization.

» Replay the Webinar

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Webinar Replay

Move from change-fatigued to change-capable—this webinar replay explains how to build organizational change capability, overcome change fatigue, and create results for your organization.

» Replay the Webinar

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Download Infographic

The pace and impact of change is growing. Our infographic shows how this hurts organizational performance, why current approaches don’t work, and how to solve this issue by improving employee capabilities.

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About Executive Guidance

Since 2009, CEB has delivered a series of cross-functional best practices to guide management teams facing key decisions in the year ahead through its Executive Guidance publications.

CEB produces new issues quarterly, focusing on the top trends influencing bottom-line performance in the new work environment and prescriptive guidance for members on how to embrace them in their own organizations.

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