Change Management


Initiative Launch Checklist

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2017-01-26T14:47:04+00:00
To effectively launch your change initiative, consider the topics in this checklist. Check those topics that you will use to plan your launch strategy and work. Depending on the complexity and status of your initiative, you may need to take all or just some of these actions. If you are beyond the launch stage, review this list for actions that may still provide benefit to the smooth change leadership of your initiative.

The Keys to Effective Decision-Making

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2017-01-06T17:21:38+00:00
Decision-making can be a powerful tool for modeling a new culture, and for catalyzing tremendous employee commitment to your organization's change effort…if it is done effectively. In this article, we will reveal the keys to effective decision-making, identify why decision-making has such widespread impact on the success of transformational change initiatives, and provide tips and a simple yet effective decision-making tool to increase the positive impact of your decision-making.

Change Governance Structures Info Sheet

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2017-01-26T13:51:06+00:00
The roles you define and the teams you form are best managed by creating a governance structure. The structure you create will also articulate the working relationships among all of the parties, and clarify the flow of information and authority. Your structure runs in parallel with your normal business governance structure; it does not replace it.

Engagement: How It Can Unleash the Human Potential in Your Organization

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2017-01-06T17:15:37+00:00
Stakeholder engagement, done well, can unleash the human potential in your organization. But you will need to take a more advanced approach to stakeholder engagement than you will find in most change efforts.

Multiple Project Integration Strategy Info Sheet

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2017-01-06T17:00:04+00:00
Your Multiple Project Integration Strategy can increase speed, action, and resource sharing across all distinct and concurrent change efforts, and reduce the cost of change to your organization. This approach minimizes chaos, redundancy of effort, competition for time and resources, and negative political dynamics.

Case for Change Framework Infographic

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2017-01-26T13:51:31+00:00
To ensure a successful organizational transformation one of the first steps to take is to create a clear case for change. Without one, the transformation will lack relevance for employees and cause resistance, confusion, and insecurity. Creating the case for change and your initial objectives creates a common view about the change and gives the effort meaning, direction, and energy.

This infographic shows the framework required to create a successful Case for Change.

Daryl Conner and Dean Anderson Discuss Senior Change Practitioner Development

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2017-01-06T16:39:35+00:00
How do you, as a Senior Change Consultant, become a trusted advisor to the executive leaders you support? Consultants often think that providing great tools and techniques is the solution, but the key is developing your character and Presence. Who you are, and how you show up, matters most. Learn more in this video snippet, as Dean discusses with Daryl Conner how developing yourself from the “inside out” can help you become a trusted advisor to senior executives.

Three Types of Change that Occur in Organizations Info Sheet

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2016-11-30T16:57:14+00:00
Three types of change occur in organizations: developmental, transitional, and transformational. Developmental change is the least complex, while transformational change is the most complex. The following graphics depict each of the three types of change, and the Three Types of Change Matrix that follows provides information about each type.