We’ve all gotten pretty good at adapting to change over the past year and a half. As executives try to navigate this new business landscape and keep pace, what is a realistic expectation for adapting to change? How much change is good? How fast should the changes happen? How can we manage the sheer amount of change being thrown at us? This article by David Michels and Kevin Murphy explains that the first step is understanding your company’s capacity for change, and then describes the factors that they believe determine a company’s change power. Find out what the data they uncovered means for companies and employees, along with suggestions for improvement.