Organizations are increasingly looking for ways to measure the success of their long-term business transformation efforts in terms of employee engagement over time. To achieve this, it is essential to comprehend the real drivers of engagement, the best survey questions, and ideas for team activities. Additionally, it is necessary to modify the company culture to guarantee that teams carrying out initiatives without priority don't view them as a career-ending disaster, but rather as an inherent part of a culture of agility and focus on values. People must understand what these goals mean for their daily work and what they are expected to do differently; if they don't know how they relate to transformation, their behaviors and the way they work will not change.
Regular access to information on the progress of the initiative is an effective way to engage front-line members. Two-thirds of respondents from these organizations say they provide regular access to information about the progress of the transformation, compared to about half of all respondents and 28% of respondents with failed transformations. It is necessary to solve the challenges of measuring more than engagement, more often, without increasing the workload of people, who are already busy. The health radar is used to measure initial maturity at any point in a DevOps transformation and guide rapid and incremental progress thereafter. By following the measures discussed here, companies can improve their chances of transformation, capitalize on a changing landscape, and position themselves for long-term success.
After years of research and working with customers, we have identified some tactics that help to successfully drive transformative change and any large-scale change, such as moving from good to excellent performance, reducing costs or overcoming a crisis. To ensure long-term success, it is important for organizations to have a company-wide commitment to identifying opportunities for improvement. This practice more than quadruples the odds of success. It cannot be delegated to a project management office or to a central team whose presence (or not) does not clearly influence the success of a transformation while the executives continue to work as usual. Measuring employee engagement over time is essential for organizations looking to achieve long-term success with their business transformation efforts. By understanding the real drivers of engagement, utilizing survey questions that are tailored towards this goal, and creating team activities that promote engagement, organizations can guarantee that their transformation efforts are successful. To maximize success in long-term business transformation efforts, it is important for organizations to understand how best to measure employee engagement over time.
This requires an understanding of the real drivers of engagement, survey questions that are tailored towards this goal, and team activities that promote engagement. Additionally, organizations must adapt their company culture in order to ensure that teams carrying out initiatives without priority don't view them as career-ending disasters. Regular access to information on the progress of initiatives is also key in engaging front-line members. Finally, organizations must have a company-wide commitment to identifying opportunities for improvement in order to ensure long-term success.