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CHANGE CYCLE-Organizational change and development

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CHANGE CYCLE-Organizational change and development

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CHANGE CYCLE-Organizational change and development

  1. 1. AZEEM S3 MBA CHMM COLLEGE CHAVARCODE ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT (CHANGE CYCLE)
  2. 2. CHANGE CYCLE  6 Stages  LOSS  DOUBT  DISCOMFORT  DISCOVERY  UNDERSTANDING  INTEGRATION Danger Zone
  3. 3. LOSS Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Fear Cautious Paralized It is characterised by feelings of loss and fear. Those affected by the change are likely to feel paralysed and disempowered by the change that has taken place.
  4. 4. DOUBT Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Resentment Skeptical Resistant It is a period of negative thought and doubt. Individuals tend to feel resentful of the change that has occurred and they will actively resist embracing the change around them.
  5. 5. DISCOMFORT Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Anxiety Confused Unproductive It is a passive stage characterised by feelings of anxiety and discomfort. Those affected by the change are likely to be unproductive and feel as if they are powerless to determine the outcome of events.
  6. 6. DISCOVERY Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Anticipation Creative Energised Signals a shift to positive thinking surrounding change. A creative atmosphere surfaces and participants are likely to feel energised and excited about new possibilities.
  7. 7. UNDERSTANDING Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Confidence Pragmatic Productive Brings greater understanding of the change process. Productive behaviour returns and participants feel greater confidence about the change that has occured.
  8. 8. INTEGRATION Feelings of Thoughts are Behaviour is Satisfaction Focused Generous Refers to the final integration of change into the new way of working. Because participants understand the necessity of the change that has taken place, there is a feeling of satisfaction and a commitment to ensure full integration.

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