Model for Realizing Organizational Change

Having a plan for bringing about organizational change significantly increases both the speed of change and your chances of realizing desired results.

Our model outlines actions to be done in sequence as well as actions which need to be carried out consistently across all stages of your change process. These stages focus on the human-side of change.

The sequenced stages are the following:

1. Lay the foundation.

Before you begin the change process, it is important to lay a solid foundation. The key elements involve:


2. Create the new.

The depth and breadth of work in this stage will vary significantly depending on the nature and scope of the change you are intending to bring about and on the size and complexity of your organization.


3. Prepare the organization.


4. Implement the change


The activities that need to be done on a continuous basis throughout the change process are:

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