- August 12, 2016
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In previous research on change management, Transformational Change—Making It Last, APQC found that the key components of managing or rolling out any change, especially one that encompasses an entire organization, are:
- ensuring the change has the necessary resources (including analytics capabilities, right skills, and access to the data),
- using an array of engagement tactics to generate buy-in and change behaviors, and
- combining structured communications with quick wins to maintain momentum.
In the case of data-driven decision making, this means the organization has to establish or use analytics capabilities within the organization.
This excerpt from APQC’s best practices report, Change Management Practices for Establishing a Data-driven Culture, focuses specifically on change management practices for implementing analytics capabilities within the organization.