Business Readiness & Adoption Pulse Check Change Management Maturity

When was the last time you checked your organisation's pulse?

You don’t need to move mountains to build change capability.

You do need to understand where you are and where the climb could take you.
So why not get the best view and a plan for the future- today! All it takes is a simple pulse check.

This pulse check asks you a series of questions about change in your organisation.

For each question - just choose the answer closest to what you are experiencing in your organisation.

The end goal is to give you the insights you need to create sustainable change capability for your organisation - starting today.

Welcome to your Business Change Readiness

How would you describe the application of change management to different types, styles and sizes of business initiatives?

What is the organisational change management capability overall here?

How well do you think you manage change personally?

How would you describe reporting mechanisms for change management here?

How would you describe the availability of change management measurement tools?

How would you describe management of knowledge resources supporting change management?

How would you describe accessibility to change management tools and templates here?

How would you describe inclusion of change management dimensions within job descriptions for business roles?

How would you describe the availability of budget for change management activities?

How would you describe the availability of change management resources here?

How would you describe the current approach to communications about business change initiatives?

How would you describe the general level of change management competency demonstrated within the business at here?

How would you describe the availability of ongoing professional development in change management competency here?

How would you describe the effectiveness of training in change management methodology here?

How would you describe alignment between change management with business led ways of working here?


How would you describe the current approach to training in change management?

How would you describe change management activities undertaken within the business?

How would you describe the current approach to change management here?

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