Measuring behaviours in change adoption – Infographic

Jun 22, 2022 | Change Measurement

Measuring behaviours as a part of change adoption is the ultimate measurement that change practitioners should incorporate as a part of tracking to what extent the change has been adopted by impacted stakeholders.

Whilst there could be a wide range of different behaviours depending on the initiative in concern, what are some of the tips in selecting the right behaviours to measure?

Check out our infographic on the top 4 elements to pay attention to when measuring behaviours as a part of change adoption metrics.

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