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Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
Change Journey Background Part 2 Models
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Change Journey Background Part 2 Models

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This presentation is Part 2 of a series on background of the http://www.changejourney.org. It critically reviews a handful of common change models.

This presentation is Part 2 of a series on background of the http://www.changejourney.org. It critically reviews a handful of common change models.

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  • 1. The Change Journey Map
    Background Part 2
    Change Models
  • 2. Most change practitioners apply one or more change management models.
    There are many change models which are supposed to make change happen in organizations.
    None of them guarantees success.
    We can understand more about change when we look at some of those models.
  • 3. Kurt Lewin: Unfreeze
  • 4. Kurt Lewin: Unfreeze
    Probably the first change management model.
  • 5. John Kotter: 8 steps
    1. Establish a sense of urgency
    2. Create a coalition
    3. Develop a clear vision
    4. Share the vision
    5. Empower people to clear obstacles
    8. Secure short-term wins
    7. Consolidate and keep moving
    6. Anchor the change
  • 6. John Kotter: 8 steps
    John Kotter’s model is one of the most popular and most applied change models.
  • 7. Elisabeth Kuebler-Ross: Grief Cycle
    Emotion
    Shock
    Acceptance
    Anger
    Bargain
    Depression
    Denial
    Time
  • 8. Elisabeth Kuebler-Ross: Cycle of Grief
    Kuebler-Ross’ model was develop to understand emotions of people going through change.
  • 9. David Cooperrider: 4-D-Cycle(Appreciative Inquiry)
  • 10. David Cooperrider: 4-D-Cycle
    The 4-D-Cycle is one of many models for implementing a process of positive change based on the philosophy of Appreciative Inquiry.
  • 11. McKinsey: 7-S model
  • 12. McKinsey: /7-S model
    The 7-S model is popular in particular in strategic change management projects.
  • 13. Prosci: The ADKAR model
  • 14. Prosci: ADKAR
    The ADKAR model has become a popular model because of its universal applicability.
  • 15. Otto Scharmer: Theory U
  • 16. Otto Scharmer: Theory U
    Theory U has been the most successful trend in Change Management for the last 10 years. It is based on shifting the perception.
  • 17. What do we learn?
    Change models help to understand change. They are more a crutch for change facilitators than a guideline for 1:1 implementation.
    Change models all address people aspects in change, but they differ in their metaphor or organizations (organizations as machines, organizations as systems. etc.).
    None of them openly admits that change is complex, consequently most try to reduce complexity.
    Some change models have a strategic focus (how to make change happen), others not.
    The older models are more linear than the recent ones.
  • 18. Is the Change Journey a change model?
    The Change Journey is not a change model because it does not give any guidance on what has happen in a change process, or on a sequence of steps.
    The Change Journey admits that change is complex, sometimes chaotic.
    The Change Journey describes 23+ archetypal situations (places) in which organizations might find themselves. It invites people to enlarge the base of possible archetypes.
    The Change Journey can be combined with any change model or change toolbox.
    We call it a meta model.
    www.changejourney.org

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