I’ve never been part of a change process that chucked prevailing process for a total overhaul and actually worked. Soon enough, the same problems return. That’s as true for a diet as it is for an organization. The overhaul feels effective in its conception and it’s launch, but that feeling is deceptive.
It’s probably better in the long run to commit our energy to fixing the specific problems that are right in front of us, perhaps one at a time, then adjusting to fix the next one. Confidence and capability increase with each fix.