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How To Influence Change In A Complex Teaching Organisation

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To believe that it is possible to ‘manage’ change is wishful thinking; this implies that it is possible to know where the change is leading, how to get there, how to control the people involved and …

To believe that it is possible to ‘manage’ change is wishful thinking; this implies that it is possible to know where the change is leading, how to get there, how to control the people involved and all other influences on the process.
‘Cultivation’ of change implies that all are learning from the process with growth and influence rather than control or instruction of the groups to act as desired. It is about treating each person as an individual, and that by influencing individuals the organisation can be changed by degrees (Handy, 1999: 292).


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  • To believe that it is possible to ‘manage’ change is wishful thinking; this implies that it is possible to know where the change is leading, how to get there, how to control the people involved and all other influences on the process. ‘Cultivation’ of change implies that all are learning from the process with growth and influence rather than control or instruction of the groups to act as desired. It is about treating each person as an individual, and that by influencing individuals the organisation can be changed by degrees (Handy, 1999: 292).
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    • 1. How to influence change in a complex teaching organisation like Barts and the London NHS Trust Zac Whitewood-Moores
    • 2. ‘Management’ of change
    • 3. Cultivating Change
      • Encourage participation
        • Ownership
        • Process mapping
        • SWOT analysis
      • SMART objectives
      • Feedback progress
        • To participants of change
        • Results to a wider audience
        • Acknowledge contributions of individuals
        • Non-blame culture to change process
    • 4. Change using PDSA Cycles PLAN DO STUDY ACT
    • 5. Improvements with sustainability