The Change House ModelThere are many change management models, one that is becoming increasingly popular is one often referred to as: "The Change House Model", "The House of Change Model" or the "Four Rooms of Change model". History of the Change House Model Originally developed in the early 1970's by Claes F Janssen, it's original or proper name is The Four Rooms of Change or the 4-Room Apartment.In Janssen's work this is represented as: The Four Rooms of Change … [Read more...] about Change House Model
Introduction to change, change models and tools of change management For any organizational development (OD) intervention to be effective, change needs to be lead or at the very least managed from a people perspective.Many organizations focus on the project management aspects of change. While this is an important factor - it is not the critical factor. People are.Having said that, it is about balancing the development or change of both at the same time - see our business growth model. … [Read more...] about Tools of Change Management
We have recently heard of public and private sector improvements in our network. But they are set to fail. This is worrying, but we know that failure is not inevitable.Why am I so confident in saying change is prone to fail? It is simple. Many leaders in organisations seem to think that need is just procedural, but it is cross-functional transformational change. Change that needs managing as change and not a service improvement.Service improvement can be initiated at the top with a … [Read more...] about When is change not change?
So what can Learning & Development learn from children's education? Recently I attended one of Europe largest exhibitions for technology in education. The show is called BETT and took place in London's ExCel Centre.BETT describes itself as being for: If you’re a Learning and Training Professional, come to Bett to discover how technology can improve and enhance learning, from school to Higher Education and workplace learning. Although I saw little directed at workplaces directly. That … [Read more...] about What can Learning & Development learn from childrens education part 1 #hrblog #edtech #learningtechnologies
In this article, I will share my 10 steps to building relationships for effective change management. 10 Tips for building lasting business relationships and making change management more effective.Go back 10 years and change management was more about conformance, tracking technical changes and processes. Thank goodness that has changed.Today Change Management is more about preparing the people in the organisation for the change. Working with the psychology of change and … [Read more...] about 10 steps to building relationships for effective change management
What is persona mapping in change management? We can use Persona mapping to help understand the needs and wants of a target audience or market. Persona maps can ensure we meet the needs of our stakeholders. A Persona map is a fictional character. At the same time, it needs to be a realistic profile of our target customer. They reflect characteristics like job or role title, personal attributes, goals, motivations, attitudes etc.For any given product or service there … [Read more...] about What is persona mapping in change management?
Why do most change management initiatives fail? Many of us are involved in change management and yet we often do not learn from previous mistakes as to why change management often fails to deliver. Change happens but we often fail to deliver management expectations.Over the past 15 years The RapidBI team have researched and investigated the reasons why many organizational change and improvement initiatives fail to deliver bottom line results. Indeed many change and improvement initiatives … [Read more...] about Why change management often fails to deliver management expectations
Introduction to Change, change management and change management models For any organizational development (OD) intervention to be effective, change needs to be lead or at the very least managed.Many organizations focus on the project management aspects of change. While this is an important factor - it is not the critical factor. People are. Having said that, it is about balancing the development or change of both at the same time - see our business growth model.Often when … [Read more...] about Change Management and Change Management Models
Can we really say Goodbye Change Management Hello Navigating Flux? In this piece we will look at the The 3 new competencies of success in modern business and society.In the last 10 years there has been a lot written and spoken about change and change management. The fact that change is here and here to stay is understood. What is less recognised and accepted is that “change” implies a process. A change from state a to state b. From one stable state to another. It is time to say goodbye … [Read more...] about Goodbye Change Management Hello Navigating Flux
Why do change initiatives fail to deliver the expected results?It does not matter how many books you have read or how many change management projects you have been involved in. Some are successful. Some change initiatives fail. The real question is, can we identify failure early before any damage is done? And what can we do to reduce our change initiative from failing? What does research say about change initiatives failing? The HBR claims that 70% of change initiatives fail, Gallup claim … [Read more...] about Why change initiatives fail to deliver
Introduction to Change, change management and change models Change Management approaches and models are an everyday factor in business. For any Organizational Development (OD) intervention to be effective, change needs to be lead or at the very least managed.Many organizations focus on the project management aspects of change. While this is an important factor – it is not the critical factor. People are the critical factor. Having said that, it is about balancing the development or … [Read more...] about Change Management Approach and Models