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  • Change
    • Structural Change
      • Mechanism
      • Organic
    • Theories on Change
      • Fisher
        • Stage 3
          • This is the turning point for individuals and for the organization. Once you turn the corner to stage 3, the organization starts to come out of the danger zone, and is on the way to making a success of the changes.
        • Stage 2
          • As people start to react to the change, they may start to feel concern, anger, resentment or fear. They may resist the change actively or passively. They may feel the need to express their feelings and concerns, and vent their anger.
        • Stage 4
          • This stage is the one you have been waiting for! This is where the changes start to become second nature, and people embrace the improvements to the way they work
        • Stage 1
          • At this stage, people may be in shock or in denial. This is when reality of the change hits, even if the change has been well planned and you understand what is happening. They need time to adjust. Here, people need information, need to understand what is happening, and need to know how to get help.
      • Lewin
        • Change
          • Change is not an event, but rather a process. He called that process a transition. Transition is the inner movement or journey we make in reaction to a change
        • Unfreeze
          • This stage is about getting ready to change. It involves getting to a point of understanding that change is necessary, and getting ready to move away from our current comfort zone
        • Refreeze
          • this stage is about establishing stability once the changes have been made. The changes are accepted and become the new norm. People form new relationships and become comfortable with their routines. This can take time
      • Kotter
        • Create Short-Term Wins
        • Build on the Change
        • Form a Powerful Coalition
        • Communicate the Vision
        • Create a Vision for Change
        • Create Urgency
        • Remove Obstacles
        • Anchor the Changes
    • Internal triggers for change
    • External Triggers for Change


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