Change management is one of the hardest parts of any organizational change. Employees often resist change intrinsically. With the right internal communication strategy and tools, you will overcome this resistance and even speed up the organizational change.
Resistance is an inherent part of any change. It is an indirect response to an underlying concern caused by uncertainty, stress, and a loss of control. While perfectly normal, resistance also poses a threat to organizational change. The lack of commitment of employees is what causes so many change projects to fail. How can you overcome this resistance and raise your employees’ commitment to the organizational change?
Internal communication is a crucial part of change management. Employees who are not properly informed might have a hard time understanding what the change means for them individually and the organization. This makes them less likely to cooperate.
Manage all content in the same system and choose your own mix of outputs. Digital signage, screensavers, smartphone apps, Microsoft Teams channels; you name it, we’ve got it.
Personalize your messages based on department, function, or location to keep information relevant and interesting.
Experts estimate that about 70 percent of all organizational changes fail. The cause might seem obvious: people don’t like change. There is something you can do to increase the success rate of your organizational change greatly.
Got essential information to share? Use push notifications to make sure no one misses your message, regardless of what they are doing or where they are.
Employees can interact with the change agent and each other via the News & Safety App and Microsoft Teams. Questions and uncertainties can be clarified right away, keeping everyone informed and onboard during organizational change.
You already have your hands full with one organizational change. Roll out Netpresenter on existing devices, like digital signage screens, Windows devices, and mobile phones.
United States Government Printing Office (GPO) has dramatically changed its internal communication. The organization now uses video displays and existing PC screens to keep both its white-collar and blue-collar employees better informed. Recent internal research shows most of the 2,400 GPO employees agree that the new system helped make communication at GPO more effective.