Getting Ready to Go Back Home. How do I tend to interpret the world around me? How does change ripple through an organization? How do people react to change? Where will the resources come from to invest in this? What do I do if I am not in charge? What do I do if I am in charge?.
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Adapted from Bolman and Deal
The institutional response to change can be confusing. Some of the stages can be co-mingled or may occur at different rates throughout an organization, affected by multiple mini-cultures and environments characterized by different decision-making conventions, time frames and sense of urgency, priorities, and constituencies.
Barriers to Change in good times or bad?
Resisters  Skeptics  Cautious  Committed
 Risk Management
 Culture of Evidence Barrier
 Disciplinary Barrier and Definitions of Scholarship
“ This continuous downsizing-it is corporate anorexia. You can get thin but it’s no way to stay healthy.” (Gary Hamel, Fortune Magazine 1994)
This will buy you time but won’t work forever.
“ You can’t achieve prosperity with a savings plan. You need an investment plan.” (Francis Mertz, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Adapted from David Mathews (2006)
Reclaiming Public Education by Reclaiming our Democracy