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It’s important to clarify roles and responsibilities during change. A project can easily unravel when people have different expectations of each other. In this article, I shared a list of key change tasks, so you can determine for your own change initiative who will be responsible for each.
Over the years, I’ve seen enough projects to know there are common challenges and approaches to implementing change at work. But I’m also amazed at the wide variety of changes that people like you are working on. To help you clarify your project, I made a list of the different types of organizational change, with examples.
When we address resistant behaviors directly, it usually serves to make the resistance stronger, because the resistant behavior is not the real problem. The resistant behavior is a reaction to change, but what we don’t see is the underlying condition that prompted that behavior in the first place. This article lists six common reasons for resistance.
A change in one area radiates out to the rest of the organization. Some groups are affected more than others. How do you determine whether you need to communicate or collaborate? Once you identify your stakeholders, it’s time to determine how to engage them in the change.
When you find yourself responsible for managing a change project at work, you might wonder what you’ve gotten yourself into. It quickly becomes clear that the task is not as simple as letting people know what they should do and then standing back to let it happen. This article lists five activities a change manager must do to ultimately achieve the desired result for the organization.
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