Our Mindshop research tells us there is only a 30% probability your change
initiatives 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 allocation and utilization, etc. 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 glean from this report strategies that you can implement to
boost your potential for change success by working on and lifting the scores in
your largest gap areas.