inTec are pleased to welcome a blog post from guest: Alan Hyams from MRW Corporate Solutions who works with businesses and professional service firms to help them make the changes to what they do to achieve their business goals. Areas Alan can help with are:
Helping clients to grow and make more profit;
Increased business value;
Access to finance;
Succession and exit;
Coaching groups for business owners, senior managers and professionals;
Supported problem solving;
Improving client and customer service.
He specialises in: technology, the professional service sector and owner managed businesses.
As a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years management experience Alan can not only help set the vision and strategy but more importantly the implementation. He runs growth and profit groups for business owners and senior managers as well as professionals or can offer executive coaching which is one two one.
In this post, Alan introduces the MRW Corporate Solutions Change Success Diagnostic - a very useful tool for any business looking to change...
Research tells us there is only a 30% probability your change initiative will succeed. This is because most business people adopt a ‘trial and error’ approach to change incurring a high cost in terms of lost time, reduced confidence, wasted money and poor resource utilisation. But you can improve this probability of change success.
Developed by Mindshop founder, Dr Chris Mason following an 8-year PhD on the subject, the change success model will identify the following outcomes:
1. your change potential percentage (an ideal success score being a minimum of 78%); and
2. which one of the ten change success factors has the biggest gap between where you are NOW and the maximum WHERE score.
You can then from this report determine strategies you can implement to boost your potential for change success by lifting the scores in your largest gap areas.
In the short video below, Alan explains more about this very useful diagnostic tool...
Why not try the free diagnostic tool for your business? Find out more here. When completing the survey, please ensure you add (inTec) after your name.
Thank you Alan for this great post and video!