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Why Change Management Research Fails, Moving the Cheese Perspective

Why Change Management Research Fails, Moving the Cheese Perspective | Change Management Resources | Scoop.it

"Personality gets all the headlines while context [for change]  is ignored."


...The challenge is that the researcher needs to define (bound) the change.  By defining the change, the researcher limits the amount of people he or she can send the survey to.  Researching a particular change, rather than change in a general sense, is not without its own set of challenges, but that is for another post.


- See more at: http://www.howtochangemanagement.com/2013/10/why-change-management-research-sucks.html#sthash.xkvnrn6g.dpuf


Related posts by Deb:
     

Beyond Resilience: Givers, Takers, Matchers and Anti-Fragile Systems   

          

Two Tried & True Change Models – Evergreen for Agile Change

        

Messing up a Change Implementation with Someone Else’s Learning Culture?

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Getting the type of change right, as well as knowing the right questions to ask, is a part of increasing the liklihood of success in planning and adjusting to change along the way.  ~  Deb

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3 Types of Commitment to Change: What creates the best, sustainable success?

3 Types of Commitment to Change:  What creates the best, sustainable success? | Change Management Resources | Scoop.it
Do you experience different forms of commitment in your change experience?  

Do they follow these 3 forms of commitment?
  • Want to = Affective

  • Have to = Continuance 

  • Ought to = Normative
    
Ron's (author & researcher) main line of inquiry will be "which of these forms of commitment result in the highest level of sustainable performance?"

A related post from Deb, with Ron's links included:

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

If you or a colleague are:


* are in an organization with 100+ staff and,
* are launching or experiencing a change implementation, and
* are interested in data-driven adjustments to your change strategy and tactics


Ron Koller, the author of this change post, is offering free and/or low cost change surveys that could greatly assist your knowledge of what's working and what isn't in your change implementation.


Understanding the nature of change, and making it practical, is the impetus behind Ron Koller's current change study work to complete his PhD.


Contact Ron Koller, the author of this change post, to learn about his free and/or low cost change surveys (with published results) that could greatly assist your knowledge of what's working and what isn't in your change implementation, so that you make be better able to make agile adjustments.

 

For more info contact Ron directly or me for details.  ~ Deb

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How to See Progress in Your Change Implementation and Adapt

How to See Progress in Your Change Implementation and Adapt | Change Management Resources | Scoop.it
Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

If you or a colleague are:

  • are in an organization with 100+ staff and,
  • are launching or experiencing a change implementation, and
  • are interested in data-driven adjustments to your change strategy and tactics


Contact Ron Koller, the author of this change post, to learn about his free and/or low cost change surveys (with published results) that could greatly assist your knowledge of what's working and what isn't in your change implementation, so that you make be better able to make agile adjustments.  


Click here for more information on your potential Change Study's details.   

Also, a free report that summarizes some of Ron's initial research is here on his companion Change Management site.


 You can also contact me for general questions.  


~  Deb

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