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Change Management 

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Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model

Kotter is one of the pre-eminent thought leaders when it comes to change management and elements of his model are often evident in other methodologies.

  1. Create Urgency
  2. Form a Powerful Coalition
  3. Create a Vision for Change
  4. Communicate the Vision
  5. Remove Obstacles
  6. Create Short-Term Wins
  7. Build on the Change
  8. Anchor the Changes in Corporate Culture

Mind Tools’ Overview – describes each of the steps and specific actions to execute within them.

Kotter’s Insight – Kotter shares common sources of project failure that parallel the 8 steps of his model.

https://www.kotterinc.com/8-steps-process-for-leading-change/

ADKAR One of the most widely utilized models, Prosci’s ADKAR model outlines the progression of an individual’s attitude towards change:
  • Awareness of the need for change
  • Desire to participate and support the change
  • Knowledge on how to change
  • Ability to implement required skills and behaviors
  • Reinforcement to sustain the change  
The model also specifies change management strategies that can be utilized to move employees from one stage to the next.

Prosci’s ADKAR Training – a succinct and insightful training that introduces the ADKAR stages and associated change management strategies.

Book: AKDAR: A Model for Change in Business, Government, and our Community by Jeffrey Hiatt

 https://www.prosci.com/adkar/adkar-model

 LaMarsh Managed Change  A 4 stage linear methodology to implementing organizational changes: Identify, Plan & Prepare, Implement, and Sustain https://lamarsh.com/managed-change 





Recommended Books & Publications

 

Changing Change Management: Coach Leaders to Ensure that Change Initiatives are Followed Through for Each Employee

by Robin Broadnax

According to research, poor executive and leadership sponsorship is one of the primary reasons that organizational change projects fail to achieve their intended outcomes. As an executive coach and organizational change management practitioner, I have seen how taking a coach approach to supporting change sponsors is an effective way to address the challenges that these leaders face as they implement change. In this book, you will learn some of the same techniques and tools that I have used over the past 15 years to help leaders inspire others and achieve the goals that they have set for themselves and their organizations.



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