Card Set Information
Types of Change
Steps of Change management
create motivation for change
articulate shared vision/desired outcomes
identify necessary leadership
build momentum by creating short-term wins
institutionalize success through formal processes, systems and structures
monitor and adjust strategies as necessary
Conditions that enable change
effective organizational leadership
high employee/follower motivation
"felt need' for change (crisis, competition, etc.)
Effective leadership during change
leverage and build credibility
offer an inclusive vision of change outcomes
explain character and benefits of change
recruit and motivate key stakeholders
understand and address key barriers
Motivational foundations for Change
encouraging participative work
giving employees a voice
driving out fear
what is the change program?
what will the change program plans do?
why is the change taking place?
what is the scope of the change program?
what hurdles stand in the way of implementation?
what are the criteria for success?
how will people be rewarded for success?
Institutionalizing change - Enabling structures
Institutionalizing change - Permanent structures
Effective implementation strategies
keep it simple
include those who are affected
structure tasks in achievable chunks
specify roles and responsibilities