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Apathy Chooses a Flow through Resistance in Change, Not a Continuum

Apathy Chooses a Flow through Resistance in Change, Not a Continuum | Change Management Resources | Scoop.it



Dr. Coetsee reasons that a person begins with apathy, a state that is neither for or against the change.   

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Ron highlights Dr. Coetsee's support of Judson's continuum concept with a more organic configuration as a flow model.

Stay tuned for more news of Ron's additional work on the topic of resistance and choice in this flow model, including overcommitment.  

~  Deb

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's comment, January 25, 2013 5:42 PM
@Luca, thanks for your support and sharing. :-)
Luca Appia's comment, January 25, 2013 9:08 PM
@Deb, thank you too for this articles :-)
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Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? | John Kotter & Forbes

Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? | John Kotter & Forbes | Change Management Resources | Scoop.it

John Kotter, one of the top authors & researchers in the field of change scholarship, talks about the difference between change management and change leadership.


John Kotter's defines, "change leadership, ....[as]  the driving forces, visions and processes that fuel large-scale transformation."


Add in Dr. Mary Lippitt's "Managing Complex Change" model, and Daryl Conner's classic Change Curve you've got some great expertise regarding how change works.

 

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   ...change leadership... —it’s an engine  ...it's about urgency. It’s ...about masses of people who want to make something happen.   ______________________________


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Change management, which is the term most everyone uses, refers to a set of basic tools or structures intended to keep any change effort under control. The goal is often to minimize the distractions and impacts of the change.

 

John Kotter Video:  http://vimeo.com/20000373


Change leadership, on the other hand, concerns the driving forces, visions and processes that fuel large-scale transformation.

 

...Change leadership is much more associated with putting an engine on the whole change process, and making it go faster, smarter, more efficiently. It’s more associated, therefore, with large scale changes.

 

Change management tends to be more associated—at least, when it works well—with smaller changes.

 

...change leadership... —it’s an engine. It’s more about urgency. It’s more about masses of people who want to make something happen.

 

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Change leadership has the potential to get things a little bit out of control.   ...you have the 1,000 horsepower engine.

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It’s more about big visions.

It’s more about empowering lots and lots of people.

 

Change leadership has the potential to get things a little bit out of control. You don’t have the same degree of making sure that everything happens in a way you want at a time you want when you have the 1,000 horsepower engine.

 

What you want to do, of course, is have a highly skilled driver and a heck of a car, which will make sure your risks are minimum.

 

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