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Evolutionary Change


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Change is hard and it’s an art to conceptualize a change in any organization. This session about Evolutionary approach for change would guide audience to think about the pros and cons of evolutionary approach over other generic approach. 

In my proposed model of Evolutionary Approach, Change starts from Sensing the situation at real time rather proposing a ‘boxed’ solution. Every enterprise is different and to an extent with-in enterprise each organization (or projects) is different. Thus requires deeper Analysis and identification of a fit-for-purpose solution ideas followed by Implementation of solution ideas followed by Measure of the results. Measuring result guides improvement to move in right direction in-place of being biased about the ideas and assuming they would always work. Measure adds value
to manage change effectively and delivers a happier, innovative and better enterprise. 

Evolutionary Change Approach’s focus is to deliver measurable business gains by implementing improvements at enterprise.

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Evolutionary Change

  1. 1. EVOLUTIONARY CHANGE Priyank Pathak 1st – 3rd December, 2017 | Westin, Hyderabad, INDIA
  2. 2. Agenda •  Motivation for Change •  Business Goal •  Evolutionary Change •  Benefits •  ‘Change in Change Method’ •  Q &A •  What to Change ? •  Outcome
  3. 3. Are there no challenges at Work ? People, Organization, Project, Enterprise, Business…. Really ?
  4. 4. Could we improve the way we do the work and deliver projects?
  5. 5. Could we improve the way we do the work and deliver projects? yes,
  6. 6. generally, Improve looks like- happier, faster, better, economical, valuable ….....
  7. 7. Core Reality and Ambition Reference John Cutter’s Leading the Change
  8. 8. Lets define the Purpose.
  9. 9. We mean to change the paradigm, unleash the potential with-in, reach to new horizons and ‘change everything to be more agile’ ?
  10. 10. We mean to change the mindset perspective,, enhancing skills and expertise,, improving business results, and ‘change everything to be more agile’ ?
  11. 11. The Intentions, The Beliefs, The Outcomes, WE MEAN EVERYTHING. from the core.
  13. 13. Core Values & Beliefs A strong enterprise core is driven through a why, the purpose behind. Values and beliefs define the appetite and the culture, to guide the actions of enterprise. Vision.
  14. 14. Ways of Working A clear purpose, drives the organizational to form processes. Value focused ways of working guides how to deliver value in an enterprise. Tactic.
  15. 15. Roles and Responsibilities Roles and responsibilities are defined around the value centric ways of working. This facilitates for what is the required structure to deliver business results for enterprise. Strategy.
  16. 16. Evolutionary Approach •  Respect People ( & culture) •  Develop Clarity about Purpose •  Gain Understanding for Principles •  Implement Change in Practices •  Create and Improve Processes •  Build and Curate Proficiencies (Capabilities) for delivering bottom line results. Evolve
  17. 17. “Complex rules and regulations give rise to simple and stupid behavior… Simple, clear purpose & principles give rise to complex, intelligent behavior.” Dee Hock is Founder and Ex-CEO Of Visa
  18. 18. Adapting vs. Transformation
  19. 19. Tipping Point Melting Point Turning Point Peak Point Punctuation Points
  20. 20. In evolutionary method, alternative solutions often compete to demonstrate and identify “fit for purpose solution” for the environment…
  21. 21. Analyze Sense Introduce Measure
  22. 22. System Engineering Example •  Demo a complex System INNOVATION ROOTS Transformation Model ©
  23. 23. Q&A INNOVATION ROOTS Transformation Model ©
  24. 24. Priyank Pathak Curator and Managing Consultant 9008222660 Thank You