Achieving the characteristics of the Transformational Organization Paradigm enables the organization to recognize sooner and understand more fully each successive transformation such that they build upon each other to produce growth, appropriate positioning, and continued viability of the enterprise for the funding available.
Two kinds of return can be expected for the investment in achieving the Transformational Organization Paradigm.
The organization gains more than financial ROI – it gains thought capital and knowledge capital and it gains more valuable employees who are change-agile and this translates into maintained market share, growth, customer engagement and employee engagement.
The organization is able to adapt with greater speed, and gains the ability to mobilize and remobilize quickly in the face of shifting demands – thus mitigating the risks associated with escalating speed of change and the ‘everything, all the time, along many dimensions’ nature of the emerging New Millennium marketplace.
Less money spent with greater intelligence and ingenuity applied to forward motion and greater transformation achievement – a greater percentage of people-capability applied for the money spent.
Realization of benefits and transformative results is faster and occurs more in lock-step with the Transformation Life Cycle because it is in the right hands as a focussed and structured part of operations and can be managed using Project Management methods and techniques.