Chances are you will initiate a change that affects your whole team or start a major team project in the near future.
And chances are it will not make the impact you had hoped for.
A 2008 study by IBM found that over 60 percent of change efforts do not fully meet their objectives, and a 2013 Towers Watson study revealed only 25% are sustained over time.
Most change efforts fail, not because of the technology or the topic of the change or even because it was the wrong idea. They fail because of the human factor.
Read the full article here: Why Most Change Efforts Fail and 7 Guidelines to Ensure Your Team Succeeds – Jesse Lyn Stoner