Once a business has decided to adopt a change in strategy within a business, it must be properly planned and implemented. This is rarely successful, if it is a matter of instruction. It is in fact essential that all in the business understand the need for change and buy into both the philosophy and the strategy to be adopted to implement those changes.
It is often not possible for the senior management within a business to gauge whether its staff have been converted to advocates of the new processes or whether they are tacitly going along with it?
Road - blocks and vested interests need special attention as they can easily undermine a process particularly if their best interests lie with the status quo.
Social Media Mentorships would design a process to monitor the change process and to report back on a regular basis. Analysis would measure process and allow the management to introduce any required changes. Introduction of these strategies is not an exact science and often the staff in – situ will take the opportunity to suggest innovations which they may well have harboured for years.