Change management is a constant for corporate legal departments, as it is for everyone else in today’s rapidly changing business world. Companies are in a constant state of transformation, be it organic or as a function of structural changes such as a merger/acquisition/divestment, restructuring, leadership change, technology adoption, or evolving corporate priorities. Corporate legal departments are increasingly expected to manage these transitions in a way that is nimble, efficient, and aligned with the often-shifting strategic goals of the business.

Legal departments face two primary challenges to intentional and sustainable organizational change. First, time and money are limited. Legal departments are increasingly asked to do more with less, and deliberate change management can divert already-limited resources to longer-term goals at the expense of short-term productivity.

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