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Management - Change

 
The Dogma of Moving Minds: Managing Transition Curiosity, complacency, optimism, anger, loyalty, denial, paranoia, and inspiration are not what leaders discuss or plan for when embarking on organizational changes but they frequently find these emotions are reality. We often speak in terms of strategy, alignments, gap analyses, SWOT reviews, processes, and project details, forgetting that there is a human element involved in any change effort an element that can positively or negatively affect your transition program.

An effective transition program helps mitigate these issues and increases opportunities for success. Managing the transition process can ensure that necessary changes are identified and used to control how the transition will happen, effectively reducing its overall impact and increasing the effectiveness of the change strategy. In addition, with a transition management program, companies can understand and address resistance, increase strategic awareness, and arm employees with the tools to succeed.

This article discusses the need for a transition management process and outlines some of the critical factors for successful program implementation. pdf

 

   

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