Moving your business is a challenge on many levels. One of the best things you can do to make it work for everyone is to find the right timing. What does that involve? Use these four simple steps to time any corporate move for the best outcome.
Create a Committee
Committees often have negative connotations as being stuffy and slow to act. But in reality, the right committee empowered in the right way can make your project smoother and more inclusive. Your moving committee should include members of ownership or management as well as representatives from various elements of the company’s employees.
Executives should be supportive of the committee’s findings, demonstrating an example for all employees. And all committee members — especially those representing employees — need to be equally heard and respected.