Survey Responses Needed: How Is Your Organization Managing Change?

Tell us about how your organization is dealing with change.
Change is hard, especially for large-scale transformation efforts. NLI wants to hear from you about your experience with change and disruption.

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Have you recently experienced a change event in your organization? Has the COVID-19 pandemic turned life for you and the people in your organization upside down?

If so, we invite you to share your experiences in our Organizational Change and Disruption survey.

In this survey, we want to know how your organization has managed, enabled, and led through change and disruption. Your participation is confidential and the results will only be shared in aggregate form. As a thank you for your participation, you will receive:

  • A free copy of our newest NeuroLeadership Journal article, The FACT Model: A framework for managing cognitive capacity, and
  • A copy of the research summary when available.

About this research

Change and disruption have become the air we breathe, leading many organizations to carefully review their strategies. And therein lies the problem: change of any kind is hard, especially for large-scale change and transformation efforts.

Depending on which data you look at, only between 15% and 25% of change efforts in organizations are described as “successful,” prompting NLI to wonder: How much energy is actually spent on the right activities during change initiatives?

Since March 2020, NLI’s Research team has been interviewing HR professionals about the way they’ve led and experienced change and transformation efforts in their organizations. So far we have learned about large performance management changes, and HR transformation efforts, digitalization efforts, and culture change, from top leaders’ perspectives.

We hope to learn even more from your responses to our latest survey. From the NLI Research team, thank you for your participation!

To take the survey, and receive a copy of the FACT Model Journal article, click here.

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