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Exactly What is #ChangeManagement ?

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LaMarsh Global explain Change Management in very simple terms:

Change management is a very simple business process that helps organizations implement change. It consists of three activities:

  1. Find the people who will be asked to change and figure out what those changes will be
  2. Identify what is or could cause those people concern or fear that could threaten the success of the change
  3. Build a set of action plans to either prevent or reduce the risk of failure by addressing those fears and concerns

via LaMarshExactly What is Change Management?

 

 

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Related articles:

Change Management (Part 1) – Cracking the Code of Change
Change Management (Part 2) – Step Models of Change
Change Management (Part 3a) – Change Capability
Change Management (Part 3b) – Success with IT Change
Change Management – What’s in a Name?
Why are IT projects Change Management time bombs?
The Importance of Change Leadership – Beyond “Step Models of Change”
Beer & Nohria – “Cracking the Code of Change
Lewin’s (1951) original 3-step model of “Unfreeze-Move-Refreeze”
John Kotter – “Leading Change”
Martin Webster’s blog
Change Management Blog
The five motivators of successful change by Barbara Kivowitz

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