There is a lot of management literature on organisational change and how to manage that process. The authors usually present some kind of model based around three stages (different models have different numbers of steps, but they generally boil down to these):
1. Gearing up for change
2. Making a change
3. Making the change stick
This isn’t really the best approach at the moment, given the pace and volume of change and disruption. Nowadays, it’s much more about having an organisational culture that’s open for change, values curiosity, and is constantly adapting and looking for opportunities.
Read the article by Neil Perkins on “Agile Strategy”: