CHANGE MANAGEMENT<br />Kotter’s Leading Change model<br />Jamie Oliver’s School Dinners <br />and<br />Being the change yo...
1. Establish Urgency<br />Creating the need or urgency for the change through strategic positioning, constant communicatio...
2. Create a coalitionEnsure an effective team or coalition of leaders is established to drive and sustain the change throu...
3. Develop a clear vision<br />Create and define a vision for the change that is clear, compelling and of personal meaning...
4. Share the vision<br />Continually share this vision in a manner that engages and excites people.  This engagement will ...
5. Empower peopleEffectively engage, empower, involve, skill and utilise key stakeholders at a project and school level to...
6. Secure short term wins<br />Ensure that initial focus is on short-term wins at the individual and whole school level.  ...
7. Consolidate<br />Consolidate success by capturing and sharing learning and benefits and celebrate successes.<br />
8. Anchor changeEmbed the change into the long-term management, culture, systems and processes through activities such as ...
Michael Fullan – Motion Leadership<br /><ul><li> Relationships first
 Honour the implementation dip
 Beware of fat plans
 Behaviours before beliefs
 Communication during implementation is paramount</li></li></ul><li>Michael Fullan – Motion Leadership<br /><ul><li> Learn...
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    1. 1. CHANGE MANAGEMENT<br />Kotter’s Leading Change model<br />Jamie Oliver’s School Dinners <br />and<br />Being the change you want to see<br />
    2. 2. 1. Establish Urgency<br />Creating the need or urgency for the change through strategic positioning, constant communication, best practice comparisons and story telling.<br />
    3. 3. 2. Create a coalitionEnsure an effective team or coalition of leaders is established to drive and sustain the change through all phases of the project<br />
    4. 4. 3. Develop a clear vision<br />Create and define a vision for the change that is clear, compelling and of personal meaning to all stakeholders. This vision needs to be consistent and applicable.<br />
    5. 5. 4. Share the vision<br />Continually share this vision in a manner that engages and excites people. This engagement will change from awareness, understanding and adoption to final internalisation.<br />
    6. 6. 5. Empower peopleEffectively engage, empower, involve, skill and utilise key stakeholders at a project and school level to help accelerate progression and commitment.<br />
    7. 7. 6. Secure short term wins<br />Ensure that initial focus is on short-term wins at the individual and whole school level. Set short term, achievable goals.<br />
    8. 8. 7. Consolidate<br />Consolidate success by capturing and sharing learning and benefits and celebrate successes.<br />
    9. 9. 8. Anchor changeEmbed the change into the long-term management, culture, systems and processes through activities such as recognition, policy and expectation setting.<br />
    10. 10. Michael Fullan – Motion Leadership<br /><ul><li> Relationships first
    11. 11. Honour the implementation dip
    12. 12. Beware of fat plans
    13. 13. Behaviours before beliefs
    14. 14. Communication during implementation is paramount</li></li></ul><li>Michael Fullan – Motion Leadership<br /><ul><li> Learn about implementation during </li></ul> implementation<br /><ul><li> Excitement prior to implementation is </li></ul> fragile<br /><ul><li> Take risks and learn
    15. 15. Its OK to be assertive</li></li></ul><li>Using Jamie Oliver’s determination to ensure that kids eat healthy meals:<br /><ul><li>Match his actions with Kotter’s Leading Change model
    16. 16. Discuss which of Kotter’s steps Jamie could have improved upon</li></li></ul><li>Consider the change you are currently leading:<br /><ul><li>list the strategies that you are currently undertaking
    17. 17. Which of these steps do you need to improve upon and how?</li></li></ul><li>In your situation, who represents:<br /><ul><li>Nora
    18. 18. Dinner ladies
    19. 19. Students
    20. 20. Parents
    21. 21. Local council</li>

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