Innovative Connections Service Evaluation Welcome to your Change Readiness Survey Name Email Business This survey will be rated on a scale of 0 (I do not agree) - 100 (I strongly agree). Select a number on the scale to indicate how you think we are doing on that phase of change.NOTE: If your score is below 50, please leave a comment to where you think we need to focus to improve the score in that area.Thank you! Leading Change: We have a clear leader and team supporting the change. Based on the three bullets below, how well are we "leading the change"?-Do we have the right membership selected for the change initiative? Are the right people involved?-Do we have the necessary resources for the change effort to be successful (financial, people, etc.)-Are we clear and in agreement on the goals, scope, assumptions, and outcome for the change? 0 25 50 75 100 Creating a Shared Need: The team identifies the reasons for change, makes certain the reasons are widely understood, and overcomes resistance to change. Based on the three bullets below, how strong of a shared need do we have?-Is the team aligned in terms of the need for change?-Does the need for change reflect the concerns of customers?-Do others see the need for change? 0 25 50 75 100 Shaping a Vision: The team delineates a desired outcome of change and conveys it to key stakeholders. Based on the four bullets below, how clear is the team's vision?-Has the vision been articulated for the project?-Is the vision shared and understood across the business?-Do you have a clear idea of what the end state will be like?-Have we adequately communicated our vision to key stakeholders? 0 25 50 75 100 Mobilizing Commitment: Key stakeholders are identified; resistance analysis and actions are developed to gain support and commitment. Based on the three bullets below, is the team on the path towards change?-Has the team identified key stakeholders?-Have we convinced at least 75% of our stakeholders that the status quo is worse than the change?-Have we identified and removed key barriers for the project to be successful? 0 25 50 75 100 Monitoring Progress: Realistic benchmarks are set and measured. Based on the three bullets below, are we continuing towards a path of success?-Have goals and benchmarks been established for the change?-How have results been tied to external and internal goals to ensure that outcomes will be evident to stakeholders?-How are individuals and teams accountable for results? 0 25 50 75 100 Hardwiring the Change to Make it Last: The team institutes appropriate systems and structures to sustain results. Based on the three bullets below, is the team working towards sustaining results?-How have/will early successes been leveraged to make change last and to build momentum?-How has the change initiative been integrated with other organizational initiatives?-How will the team ensure sustainability of the change? 0 25 50 75 100 Anchor the Change: Changes are integrated into the organization's culture. Based on the three bullets below, is our team integrating culture?-How has the team identified key systems and structures and made changes to accommodate?-How has the team developed the capacity to change?-Has the team considered the impact of the change to strategy, culture, staffing, operations, competencies, reward structures, etc.? 0 25 50 75 100 Time's upTime is Up!