I started a conversation on the culture of Lean in the Change Management Open Source Forum (www.changeOSP.com) One at a time, I am testing a number of assumptions about what it takes in order for Lean to succeed. I am … Read More..
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Did you ever find yourself in the midst of a major change, only to see it start to fail badly? Do you begin to worry that all that time and money and hope — not to mention your reputation) is going down the tubes?. . . If so, you’re not alone. It happens a lot.
This section includes articles that address various aspects of change. These don’t fall neatly into one of the four stages.
For many people, keeping the change alive is the boring part. All the hoopla, brainstorming, and exciting new ideas are a distant memory. Now you are making sure the bugs are out of the system, the new technology works, people’s questions are answered, the work is moving you toward your desired goals.
We take change without migraines™ seriously. We truly know that it is possible to lead change without all those headaches. Here are a number of articles and assessment tools that focus on change management and resistance to change. We believe these tools for managing organizational change can help you support new initiatives. We encourage you to make copies and use them in your organization.
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