Change is hard, so getting to the root of the problem of why you aren’t making progress is key. Take our quiz and find out what kind of blockers of change your organization is dealing with.

1. Your employees tend to:

A. Have good ideas
B. Work well together
C. Work independently
D. Have a lot of energy

2. Projects at your organization:

A. Grossly underestimated in scope
B. Lack key roles to manage the project
C. Fail in choreography
D. Have no purpose or direction

 3. Innovation:

A. Doesn’t spread across the organization
B. Doesn’t happen/gets stalled often
C. Happens too often
D. Is reactive, not proactive

7. What would be your company theme song?

A. “Stuck in the Middle with You” by Stealers Wheel
C. “Running” by No Doubt

4. Success is thanks to:

A. Historic success
B. Everyone working towards the same goal
C. An action-oriented team that delivers results
D. A go-go-go attitude

5. Would you say your team is aligned?

A. No
B. Yes
C. Is that even possible?
D. At times

6. Does your team have the capacity for change?

A. No, we always bite off more than we can chew
B. No, there are never enough people to execute tasks
C. Yes, but we keep having to pivot to new things
D. Yes, but we keep adding more to our plate too

7. What would be your company theme song?

B. “Happy Together” by The Turtles
D. “I Still Haven’t Found What I am Looking For” by U2

Mostly A’s

You’re stuck and skeptical.

On paper, everything should work perfectly, but when it comes to execution, it doesn’t. Most projects get stuck at the local level and it’s hard to gain momentum again.  

Mostly B’s

You’re aligned but constrained.

Teamwork makes the dream work, but in your case your team can only do so much. You know what needs to get done and how it should get done but don’t have the bandwidth for more work.

Mostly C’s

You’re struggling to keep up.

Everything is happening too fast, and you find yourself chasing to catch up. Innovation is key to keeping your company relevant and competitive but you’re always a step behind everyone else.

Mostly D’s

You’re in search of focus.

It’s all hands on deck but there is no direction. Because of the lack of connection, your team is spinning its wheels and not going very far.