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Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference?

Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? | Change In Action | Scoop.it
John Kotter talks about the difference between change management and change leadership.
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Before Asking for Change, Take a Look in the Mirror

Before Asking for Change, Take a Look in the Mirror | Change In Action | Scoop.it
Statue of Confucius in Beijing (Image credit: AFP via @daylife) The greatest single threat to progress is the entrenched belief that only the handful at the top have ideas and that these must somehow not upset the rest of that group.
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Vision - A Lot More Than Words - Great Leaders Serve

Vision - A Lot More Than Words - Great Leaders Serve | Change In Action | Scoop.it
One of the never-ending responsibilities of a leader is to remind people what we’re trying to accomplish and why it matters. This is the essence of vision casting. Unfortunately, most leaders under communicate their preferred picture of the future.
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10 Tips for Sustainable Change Management - Voices on Project Management

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Hints and Tips on how to sustain change.

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The Main Change Management Objectives reviewed - Change!

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Enter Now and Learn About the Change Management Objectives and How You Can Apply Them to Ensure the Best Results Possible.
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This article will be helpful with the "as-is" part of the Capability Model.

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The four key areas of EHR implementation

The four key areas of EHR implementation | Change In Action | Scoop.it

Failing to adequately plan for and manage change on the scale of an EHR implementation can send the cost of change soaring.

 

Effective change management starts at the beginning, with a thorough analysis of existing processes, to provide clarity up front about what works and what doesn’t.

 

This enables informed choices when considering updates to the hardware infrastructure or changes to record-keeping processes. Wisely investing this time up front will help minimize office downtime and implementation costs later.

 

Given the scope and complexity of an EHR deployment, you’ll need more than a standard IT project plan to ensure a successful rollout. Your project plan should cover every important activity and major milestone.

 

Give yourself the time to analyze, implement, train, and practice—and then take it step by step. Think through the entire process, articulate your needs to your vendor and build in a thorough follow-up phase to make sure everything is running smoothly.

 

The four key areas of change management to help your practice ensure a smoother transition are:

 

 • Assessment: Careful assessment of existing processes and infrastructure is essential to putting your practice in a strong position to support a new EHR system.

 

• Resources: Managing resources well ensures you’ll build a capable team with a strong leader and responsive vendor.

 

• Accountability: Clearly assigned roles and responsibilities provide accountability throughout the project and build commitment at every level.

 

• Logistics: A well-thought-out plan can minimize the risk of missteps in an inherently complicated, time-intensive process.

 

EHR implementation has the potential to be an arduous, drawnout and expensive process—but it doesn’t have to be. With careful planning and effective change management, your team can make a streamlined transition that will ultimately benefit both your practice and your patients, from back-office operations to quality of care.

 

Read more at: http://docs.media.bitpipe.com/io_10x/io_107199/item_599973/17-Four%20EHR%20management4AA3-2149ENA.pdf

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Brilliant article that highlights common "watch outs" and common mistakes during change management iniatives.

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Why Transformation Needs a Second Chapter

Why Transformation Needs a Second Chapter | Change In Action | Scoop.it
Many corporate-transformation efforts fail to deliver lasting competitive advantage. BCG has identified the factors that lead to successful transformations—and the common traps that characterize failures.
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Did you know that 75% of change initiatives fail?

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Aligning change programmes to the strategy

Aligning change programmes to the strategy | Change In Action | Scoop.it
“Who signed this off, why are we doing it, and what’s the point of doing it anyway?” Not exactly the phrases you want to hear from your employees.
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Great advice for the define and set up part of your project or programme.

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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action: TED TALKS: documentary,lecture,talk

http://www.healthandsuperfoods.com/ Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action: TED TALKS: documentary,lecture,talk Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful ...

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"It is not about what you do it's how you do it"

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What beliefs drive what you do?  Why?

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Management Is (Still) Not Leadership

Management Is (Still) Not Leadership | Change In Action | Scoop.it
After years of debate, people still confuse these ideas - at their peril.
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The important difference between change management and leadership

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How Good Are Your Change Management Skills? - Change Management Training from MindTools.com

How Good Are Your Change Management Skills? - Change Management Training from MindTools.com | Change In Action | Scoop.it
Do you know how to plan and implement change effectively? Take our quiz to find out which change management skills you need to develop.
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The Importance of Change Management Communication - Change!

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Enter Now and Learn About the Importance of Change Management Communication and How it Can Be Applied to Achieve the Best Results Possible.
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This article highlights the importance of communication!

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So why change management? Generating Successful Transformation..

Instilling supportive behaviours Effective change management is much more than introducing a new set of processes or practices.
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An introduction into making change stick.

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What Change Agents Value at Work

What Change Agents Value at Work | Change In Action | Scoop.it

The following strengths are key indicators of effective change management:


Demonstrates flexibility and resilience. Works well with a variety of individuals or groups. Adapts as the requirements of a situation change.  Manages pressure and copes with setbacks effectively.Recognizes growth opportunities. Looks for ways to improve. Demonstrates skill in minimizing others’ resistance to change.Strives for results. Focuses on improving performance.Leads courageously. Takes charge of initiatives and situations. Takes responsibility for making difficult decisions, even in the face of dissent. Shares feelings, opinions, and needs with clarity and conviction. Does not avoid conflict or differences.Gains buy-in.  Explores alternative perspectives and ideas to reach solutions that have support from others in the organization.
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Key qualities for effective change management.

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Steps To Effective Change Management

Steps To Effective Change Management | Change In Action | Scoop.it
Change management is a complex process which varies according to each individual organization’s needs.
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Another piece of guidance for the initial Define and Set Up phase.

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Achieving shareholder value through effective change management

Achieving shareholder value through effective change management | Change In Action | Scoop.it
Organisations that strive purely for shareholder value have been criticised in recent years on the basis that they encourage a short-term profit mentality.
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Why Change Management is Important

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