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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan (Part 6 – Building the Transition Strategy)

A typical change management strategy consists of 5 tracks: (1) Engagement, (2) Communication, (3) Training, (4) Coaching and (5) Transition Management (including resistance management). This post focuses on the fifth …

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan (Part 5 – Building the Coaching Strategy)

It is much easier to implement change within an organization when the change is led by internal resources (check out my previous post: Building the Engagement Strategy). The coaching stream …

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan (Part 4 – Building the Training Strategy)

This is the fourth post in my series about managing change in large organizations. You can read my first 3 posts here: 1. A Practical Guide to Creating a Change …

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan (Part 3 – Building the Communication Strategy)

This is the third post in my series about managing change in large organizations. You can read my first 2 posts here: 1. A Practical Guide to Creating a Change …

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan (Part 2 – Building the Engagement Strategy)

This is the second post in my series about managing change in large organizations. You can read my first post here.       A typical change management strategy consists …

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A Practical Guide to Creating a Change Management Plan

  I don’t believe change management is rocket science. In fact, I don’t even believe rocket science is “rocket science” if you take the time to break the work down …

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Overcoming Resistance to Change – Isn’t It Obvious?

(this is a guest video blog) Here’s a good video on managing resistance to change by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt and Ilan Eshkoli. Dr. Goldratt is the author of The …

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Mentorship: The Ultimate Change Relationship

When I was young, soccer was my life. I was the kid who showed up early at practice to juggle a ball or shoot on net. I was lucky enough …

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Can Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory Be Used To Motivate Employees Through Change?

In 1968, the Harvard Business Review magazine published one of its most popular articles in the history of its existence – One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? (vol. …

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My Favorite Change Models: Part 3 – William Bridges’s Managing Transitions

This is the third and final post on the topic of my favorite change models. The first post in this series was Kurt Lewin’s 3-Step Change Model (Unfreezing the Organization). …

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