Change Management Risk Assessment Soft and Hard Tools
The first and obvious place to initiate a change management risk assessment is with an examination of your organizations alter heritage. To get more details about enterprise risk management you may check here https://www.riskmate.uk/project-risk-assessment.
There's absolutely not any prescriptive way of doing so, but I would suggest looking at all job debriefing and wrap-up reports, I'd look closely at benefit realization (or lack of it), change effects, what worked and what did not and why, with regard to the views and opinions of those directly involved with the attempted implementations.
I would also pay especially close attention to the opinions and views of those directly affected by the initiatives – these people working in the frontline.
Questionnaires, web-based tools, group and individual discussions can tackle existing assessments of individual readiness for change.
Present assessments of organizational openness can and should incorporate an organizational assessment against programmed and project management, business process and change management maturity models.
This doesn't have to be a protracted exercise but may be undertaken quickly and informally. The purpose at this stage is to quickly invent some reasonably good reference points and to evaluate your organization's realistic and reasonable capacity in each of these regions.
A structured and detailed assessment of organizational culture benefits realization, and impact assessment is addressed as an integral part of the programmed based change model and methodology that I recommend.
The entire question of job complexity – especially with regard to and in the context of organizational capacity – compared to change readiness, is addressed in a proprietary methodology made and employed by UK change practitioner, author and thought leader Peter Duschinsky of "The Imagines Company.