Organizational Change Is About Orchestrating Organizational Systems

New technology creates adoption curves, and these curves regulate the pace of an organization generating future value. The ability to manage these adoption curves will dictate that pace and therefore the nature and composition of how organizations scale. This is organizational change management. It is how to decompose these “adoption curves” that sets apart those with competitive pace and those without it. Under a future fit strategy, there are three critical aspects organizations must consider as they explore what “at scale” means to them in pursuit of embracing and delivering adaptivity, creativity, and resiliency.

About George Veth

George Veth is a consultant in the areas of strategy execution and initiative management. Most recently, he has been leading a cross-boundary collaboration program with teams from cities across North America and Europe. He lives in Cambridge, MA, and runs a nonprofit SME Impact Fund in East Africa. His subject matter interests are organizational culture, management [system] innovation, and public value management.