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After more than three decades of supporting executives in organizations undergoing transformational change, we can recognize common mistakes in how change is being led. These mistakes are not unique to any one organization; we see them in many organizations across industries. One of the most common mistakes is too many initiatives unleashed at the same time, often competing, colliding, or redundant. This demonstrates a lack of sufficient alignment and integration among all the changes required for an overall change program. Without it, leading transformational change can be more like herding cats.