Unfreezing is the first of Lewin’s change stages (the Square) – this is about getting people ready to accept change. You need some way of readying people for change in whatever Change Model you apply.
Also described as the square-blob-star model. It basically means going from State A into an unfrozen, unformed or “blob” change, and then reforming in a different pattern, such as a star.
The outstanding names in the field of Change Management whose work has been and continues to be widely quoted
Change Agents bring about, or help to bring about, change. It’s a special role but one we might all aspire to! Here’s what it takes!
Change hurts. It makes people insecure, confused, and angry. People want things to be the same as they’ve always been
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All change requires some form of communications/media management. It’s vital that you have a strategy in place especially if you’re hoping that social media will play a role in your career advancement or your business survival business.
For a team managing change that same self-confidence is required. Here is a short check list to establish whether your team will have confidence to manage the change! .
A business organization has mastered change when it can successfully and consistently perform on each of the eight dimensions of competence listed.