CHANGE ISD 651 Pat Lombard and Jane Wimberg. What is change?.
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"There is a pattern underlying the eight lessons of dynamic change and it concerns one's ability to work with polar opposites: simultaneously pushing for change while allowing self-learning to unfold; being prepared for a journey of uncertainty; seeing problems as sources of creative resolution; having a vision, but not being blinded by it; valuing the individual and the group; incorporating centralizing and decentralizing forces; being internally cohesive, but externally oriented; and valuing, personal change agentry as the route to system change, Fullan (1993).”
Everett M. Rogers
Diffusion of Innovation and the Change Process
Hall & Hord
Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM)
Eight Conditions Before Implementing a Change