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Summary

Change Management Theory: What changes are you anticipating and planning for with you performance improvement initiatives? (AOE 1. Performance Improvement; Sub section 1.6. Change Management Theory)

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Show Notes

AOE 1. Performance Improvement; Sub section 1.6. Change Management Theory
Learning objective:
Describe why change management is important to plan for and manage as it relates to performance improvement initiatives 

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Change Management Considerations:
  • Introducing change is not easy and makes many uncomfortable
  • Change often disrupts employees environment, expectations, productivity, etc. 
  • For real change to happen, employees must feel the need to change and see it as a benefit
  • Expect emotional phases for change: fear, anger, resistance, anxiety, sadness, etc.
  • Proactively plan for and be prepared to manage the change
  • Identify champions for the change at all levels to be successful in managing the changes in the organization
  • Expect resistance as change and having to learn a new way of work does not come easy for many; be prepared for barriers to the change
Three other roles that should be used as you plan/manage change initiatives:
  1. Change sponsors: individuals/groups with political power/assets and resources to support the intended change
  2. Change agents: individuals/groups responsible for implementing or facilitating the specifics of the change 
  3. Change targets: individuals/groups who must operate differently, i.e. change
READ: Change Management by MindTools to learn about the objectives and activities for managing change in your organization:
  • Sponsorship to Champion Change
  • Buy-in for Need/Reasons for the Change
  • Planning for Involvement
  • Impact for How and When It Occurs
  • Communication and Knowledge Sharing 
  • Assessing Stakeholder Readiness
  • Responsibilities for Change Tasks
  • Identifying Success Measures/Indicators
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