To increase profits, strengthen competitive advantage and financial performance, or simply to survive, companies need to innovate. Innovation means introducing something new, such as implementing or optimizing a maintenance planning and scheduling process, integrating a new digital platform for effective collaboration between employees, or implementing performance indicators and an effective governance model to define gaps in performance and identify solutions for continuous improvement. The ability for an organization to embrace change and the level of resistance from people undergoing change are key factors for implementing successful change initiatives. These will impact the way people do their jobs: their processes, roles, workflows, hierarchical structures, behaviors and even their identity within the organization. Here’s how conducting tangible and constructive activities that allow employees to see, touch, experience and feel the many benefits of change, promotes individual buy-in and prepares the organization for managing change effectively.