Thanks to my highly “numerical-obsessed” provincial high school teacher in a laidback humble small town in Rajasthan.
I still remember the definition of Isometric Transformation.
An isometric transformation is a transformation that preserves the distances and angles between a pre-image and its image.
Put simply, in an isometric transformation the image is exactly the same size and shape as its pre-image.
Today, while dealing with organizational transformation in various enterprises, I have resonated that simple statement again and again “transformation is not an isometry”.
Transformation does not mean just “doing things differently”. The process is much deeper, it means “becoming different”. It demands metamorphosis of old patterns. A transformation program is a radical, meticulously commissioned process, that builds an organization’s capabilities to change, and ensures its alacrity towards looming business challenges.
It is actually a new paradigm scenario. Organizational transformation positions an enterprise to a new direction and revitalizes it to higher orbits of readiness.