(Part 1 of 2) - Implementing Change in Organizations
Topics Covered in Course
- Established change management models
- Lewin’s change management model
- McKinsey 7 S model
- Nudge theory
- The ADKAR change management model
- Kübler-Ross change curve
- Bridges’ transition change model
- Satir change model
- Kotter’s change theory
- Maurer 3 Levels of resistance model
- Deming change cycle
- Managing change
- Overcome obstacles with change management communication
- Successful communication for change management
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Detailed Course Description
Any time you modify how a company functions, you are asking employees to move outside of their comfort zone, and trust that the change is for the better. The problem with that, is only 22% of frontline employees report that they enjoy leaving their comfort zone. If you want to move past your employees’ instinct to resist change, you have to build trust by showing them why the change needs to happen, and how you plan to support them throughout the process.
Successful changes in an enterprise organization require consistent management every step of the way, from implementation, through adoption. Use the models, methods, best practices, and tools explained in this online course to manage your next organizational change.
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