It's a lot of work.ANY QUESTIONS?. Learning Objective. What is Change Management?How is it different for Staff and Management?What do I need to know and do?. Separate View of Change. Management see change in a Linear Fashion. Staff views Change Somewhat Differently.. Organizational and Individual Transformation.
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1. Change Management By
2. It’s a lot of work.
3. Learning Objective What is Change Management?
How is it different for Staff and Management?
What do I need to know and do?
4. Separate View of Change Management see change in a Linear Fashion.
Staff views Change Somewhat Differently.
5. Organizational and Individual Transformation
6. What are your Options? Do Nothing.
If You Do Not Change You Become Extinct.
Ignore the situation.
change will slam into you and knock you off balance.
won’t make it go away- in fact, temper typically makes things worse.
7. What are your Options? Wish it away
Wishing is a waste of time, too, so don’t sit around thinking and talking about “the good old days” with the hope they’ll return.
You can’t even run away from it, because there’s no place you can run that’s beyond the range of change.
Join a Community Of Practice
8. What Should I Do? Might as well face the problems and find the opportunities.
How you think and how you act, become very important during times like these.
Obviously, you won’t be able to control everything that happens to you. But you’re in complete control of how you respond to what happens.
This is the Age of Instability, where managing change is everybody’s job. Think of it as your personal assignment.”
9. What can you do? Monitor Change
See how you can help and fit in. Look for areas you can use your strength. (Join a Community Of Practice CoP)
Become part of the solution.
Noticing Small Changes Early Helps You Adapt To The Bigger Changes That Are To Come.
Review the web site when you can.
Adapt To Change Quickly.
Movement In A New Direction this will Help You Find New opportunities.
Try not to do the same old thing over and over, you will get the same results.
10. Things to Remember Old Beliefs Do Not Lead You To New adventures.
Move with the direction of the current and do not fight the flow.
Savor the adventure and enjoy the taste of New Cheese.
When you move beyond your fear you will feel free.
Be ready to change quickly and enjoy it again and again.
11. Final Goal of Change Management
12. What is a Community of Practice? A Community of Practice is a group of people who collaborate through the use of a range of interactive communication tools to improve knowledge and good practice on a particular issue. It is similar to a Network of Expertise but more focused on good practice.
18. Ask yourself? What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?
Its is really that important to me?
The More Important you think something Is To You The More You Want To Hold On To It.
Why does this frighten you?
What would you do differently– in the way you do your job
or live your life –if you were completely unafraid?
How would these new actions improve your situation?
Are You Ready To Change?
Are you Willing To Change?
What are you holding on to?
What do you need to let go of in order to succeed in a changing situation?
Are you becoming extinct in the old ways you are doing things?
Think of some once-powerful companies, individuals or institutions that are now extinct.
What new beliefs about change – like “I can gain from the change”– could you adopt today that would work to your advantage?
List some new beliefs you could adopt about change that would work to your advantage.
19. Think Out Of the Box Can you think out of the box?
Can you place 10 nails on the head on one nail, using nothing but the nail?
24. ANY QUESTIONS?