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Lecturette 2:. Components of Effective Change. Elements of Change. Vision. A well-conceptualized description of the outcomes of the change process. Vision captures the emotions and the intellect; it propels effort in the change process. Skill.

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Lecturette 2:

Components of Effective Change

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Vision

A well-conceptualized description of the outcomes of the change process. Vision captures the emotions and the intellect; it propels effort in the change process.

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Skill

The technical part of change – knowledge and ability to implement a set of thinking processes, complex assessment and implementation procedures to reach the vision.

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Incentives

Fuel motivation to learn new skills, reframe work efforts, encourage innovation.

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People, things, money, time and arrangements that support the process and facilitate change.

Resources

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Action Plan

The map that guides the change effort, and creates coherence among team member efforts.

absent elements
Absent Elements
  • The elements work together to bring about effective change.
  • What happens when an element is missing?