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Understanding Change. The only thing constant in the world is that it’s constantly changing. Change. Diagnosis Implementation. Change. Diagnosis Define the Situation Identify the Problem – Gap Analysis. Change. Implementation Identify Solutions and Consequences Choose Best Strategy

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    1. Understanding Change The only thing constant in the world is that it’s constantly changing

    2. Change • Diagnosis • Implementation

    3. Change • Diagnosis • Define the Situation • Identify the Problem – Gap Analysis

    4. Change • Implementation • Identify Solutions and Consequences • Choose Best Strategy • Implement

    5. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis

    6. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Equilibrium

    7. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Equilibrium Driving Forces

    8. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Equilibrium Driving Forces

    9. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Equilibrium Driving Forces Start the Change Process

    10. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Equilibrium Driving Forces Stop and Think

    11. Identify Solutions and Consequences • Lewin’s Force Field Analysis Restraining Forces Equilibrium Driving Forces Proceed with Caution

    12. Choose Best Strategy • Participative Change Cycle • Directive Change Cycle

    13. Group Behavior Individual Behavior Attitude Knowledge Choose Best Strategy

    14. Group Behavior Individual Behavior Attitude Knowledge Choose Best Strategy • Participative Change Cycle

    15. Group Behavior Individual Behavior Attitude Knowledge Choose Best Strategy • Directive Change Cycle

    16. Choose Best Strategy • Lewin’s Change Process Performance Time

    17. Choose Best Strategy • Lewin’s Change Process • Change is necessary • Unfreezing of old behaviors

    18. Lewin’s Change Process • “Radical” Unfreezing Process (Schein) • Physical removal from normal setting • Undermine social support • Demean old behavior • Reward new behavior

    19. Choose Best Strategy • Lewin’s Change Process • Change is necessary • Unfreezing of old behaviors • Change takes place • Identification and Internalization

    20. Lewin’s Change Process • Change Takes Place • Identification • Learning from role models

    21. Lewin’s Change Process • Change Takes Place • Identification • Learning from role models • Internalization • Learning based on survival

    22. Choose Best Strategy • Lewin’s Change Process • Change is necessary • Unfreezing of old behaviors • Changes become permanent • Refreezing of new behaviors • Change takes place • Identification and Internalization

    23. Lewin’s Change Process • Changes Become Permanent • Continuous Reinforcement

    24. Lewin’s Change Process • Changes Become Permanent • Continuous Reinforcement • Intermittent Reinforcement

    25. Competition - Positives • Creates Cohesiveness • More Task Oriented • Better Organized and Structured • Conformity is the Rule

    26. Competition – Negatives • See only one’s strengths and the others weakness

    27. Competition – Negatives • See only one’s strengths and the others weakness • Hostility toward competitors

    28. Competition – Negatives • See only one’s strengths and the others weakness • Hostility toward competitors • Losers never seem themselves as losers

    29. Competition – Negatives • See only one’s strengths and the others weakness • Hostility toward competitors • Losers never seem themselves as losers • Winners become complacent