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Demystifying Change Management | Andrew Shamrao, Divaker Inc.

Demystifying Change Management | Andrew Shamrao, Divaker Inc. | On change | Scoop.it
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Nice story. I always dislike this question "what does a change manager do" because it is quite hard to explain (at least very quickly). It depends a lot on the project and change at hand. 
Like the credo "mind the gap". That is really all it is and in every case. Knowing where the organization is heading, defining well the target state and aligning management, then clarifying and paying attention to what changes and who is impacted. The solution comes from estimating where and how big the gaps are (and doing this for the individuals and groups). I feel my role is to help facilitate the transition and identify the way to reach the target state (vision) with as little suffering as possible. As simple as it may sound, making a change is never easy. Many will need to let go of something old they may have liked - and learn and make extra efforts to adopt something new. 
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Digital Skills Framework | All Aboard | #Interactive Metro Map | #Design #DQ #eSkills

Digital Skills Framework | All Aboard | #Interactive Metro Map | #Design #DQ #eSkills | On change | Scoop.it
“ The Digital Skills metro map is now interactive! Hover over lines or stations to explore…”

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

https://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Digital+Skills

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/10/03/design-the-learning-of-your-learners-students-ideas/


Via Gust MEES, Amy Burns
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This thinglink (tool for making images with hyperlinks) is worth to check out, as well as this output. An image for all those concerned with digital transformation and skill topics.
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Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, May 3, 2017 3:40 AM
Aan de hand van deze metromap kun je je eigen digitale vaardigheden (e-skills) inschatten. Het geheel toont aan dat er veel meer bij komt kijken dan men soms denkt. Er zijn veel raakvlakken met het (goed) verwerven van kennis en het werken vanuit de juiste attitudes. 
PEEP Matisse's curator insight, May 9, 2017 10:41 AM
Une page interactive amusante sur les compétences utiles/nécessaires aux apprentissages numériques
Shannon Rasmussen's curator insight, May 13, 2017 11:29 PM
I really love this resource. I think it is VERY comprehensive and informative. Not to mention that it is easy to follow, and very relevant / on point. VERY valuable map! Will definitely be referencing it into the future. 
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What everyone gets wrong about change management

What everyone gets wrong about change management | On change | Scoop.it
“ Recent research, published by Professor Annand and Jean-Louis Barsoux from IMD, indicates 75% of change and transformation initiatives in organisations fail. Writing in the Nov/Dec 2017 edition of the Harvard Business Review they highlight that while poor execution is attributed as the cause,...”
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Agree that sometimes the what to change is not clear at all, there is just a feeling that something's wrong and has gotta change. So it is very important to put it in words, define the problem and the target state... in the context of the organization's overall quest or mission. Otherwise chane projects will amount to very little, and cause more confusion than real impact. So take time to analyse, to be sur about this and aligned with the executive leadership on this...from the very beginning. This is important in the first stages of change projects.
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How to create effective behaviour change programs? (Mind map)

How to create effective behaviour change programs? (Mind map) | On change | Scoop.it

Une carte mentale très complète transposable dans de nombreux domaines.

http://www.scoop.it/t/classemapping


Via Lucas Gruez
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I love mind maps and icons/visuals in general, so this one really appeals to me. Especially as it links to a theme I work on, behavior change. Really eager to go through the content.
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How to assess change readiness | LenCD

How to assess change readiness | LenCD | On change | Scoop.it
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Starter for carrying out a change readiness assesment
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11 Rapid Continuous Improvement Tools and Techniques Explained

11 Rapid Continuous Improvement Tools and Techniques Explained | On change | Scoop.it
The rapid continuous improvement toolbox is full of useful implements. Just follow grandpa’s advice and be sure to pick the right tool for each job.
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Nice summary of often heard terms and links forward to learn more. What I find hard is to get the right attitude to implement these and the leadership with you. Some of these are much more about paradigm or culture change than tooling.
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Getting Smart About Change Management

Getting Smart About Change Management | On change | Scoop.it
Change programs have become more prevalent and complex, but the results are often disappointing.
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I do like the simplicity of the change delta model, knowing that behind these pretty easy words are quite complex concepts to put in place.
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Presentation Cheat Sheet

Presentation Cheat Sheet | On change | Scoop.it
Have to deliver a presentation at work tomorrow morning? Not sure what to do? This presentation cheat sheet will see you through.
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Good rules for productive cheating
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How design thinking gives breath to the management of change? by A Marchal | NextStart

How design thinking gives breath to the management of change? by A Marchal | NextStart | On change | Scoop.it
While relying on the recipes that are always successful in driving change, design thinking brings a new language,
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I don't know what i is, but I just love it when there are these types of pictures. I am also a great fan of design thinking, and strive to implement the principles whenever I do get involved in change. So a great read with food for thought. Start for example by introducing this thinking in the next project, at least borrowing some concepts.
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5 Strategies for Team Brainstorming to Use in Your Next Meeting

5 Strategies for Team Brainstorming to Use in Your Next Meeting | On change | Scoop.it

Team brainstorming seems like a good idea--at least, on paper. What usually happens is this: the company is experiencing a tough problem that no single person seems able to solve, so someone decides that more minds means more processing power, and before you know it you're all gathered in the conference room.

One or two people churn out bad idea after bad idea, while everyone else stares at the wall or multitasks. There are no major breakthroughs and most of you are irritated at the waste of time.

Sound familiar? Why is this such a problem?


Via The Learning Factor
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Simple but true.
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Jerry Busone's curator insight, November 15, 2017 7:52 AM

Brainstorming session success is dependent on the relationship capital the leader has with their team . 

Chris Carter's curator insight, November 15, 2017 9:51 PM
Useful frame through which to construct a brainstorm session:
1. Choose only necessary participants
2. Know the goals beforehand-and give people time
3. Keep the session brief
4. Mandate participation
5. Encourage "bad" ideas
Jerry Busone's curator insight, November 20, 2017 7:31 AM

ideas to develop cutting edge ideas and leaning 

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Ten Skills for the Future Workforce

Ten Skills for the Future Workforce | On change | Scoop.it

Sense-making, social intelligence, novel & adaptive thinking, cross-cultural competency, computational thinking, new-media literacy, transdisciplarity, design mindset, cognitive load management, virtual collaboration. These are the 10 skills needed for the future workforce. For a full report, see the work done by Apollo Research Institute (formerly the University of Phoenix Research Institute) looking at the Skills Needed by 2020. A summery of the report and detailed findings about each of the skills are also available.


Via Marcia Conner, Warren Norton
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Cool stuff. Nice to see other than technical skills, working often with high techs or engineering companies who tend to put too much focus on technical stuff. Many of these really appeal to me - but do not yet provide real job opportunities. Probably just need to be patient then...
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Ian Berry's curator insight, July 12, 2017 6:56 PM
I think all ten are essential skills not just for the future they're also highly relevant now Two skills are implied I would make them specific They would be self-awareness/appreciation and awareness/appreciation of others
Guillermo Pérez's curator insight, July 13, 2017 10:12 AM
Las nuevas destrezas laborales requeridas
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, July 25, 2017 7:47 AM
Ten Skills for the Future Workforce
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Management : les 6 moments de vérité de la relation collaborateur/manager

Management : les 6 moments de vérité de la relation collaborateur/manager | On change | Scoop.it

Via Philippe GAILLARD
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Interesting opposition. Sorry, French only..
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Change Agents: 13 Causes of Poor Sponsorship for Transformation

Change Agents: 13 Causes of Poor Sponsorship for Transformation | On change | Scoop.it
Change Agents should watch for 13 causes for poor Sponsorship that is the main barrier to transformation success.
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If it is not working, try to find out why before trying to fix it.
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If You’re Going to Set a Goal, Make it Big, Hairy, and Audacious

If You’re Going to Set a Goal, Make it Big, Hairy, and Audacious | On change | Scoop.it
Setting goals that are big, hairy, and audacious are good for you, good for your organization, and good for your staff.
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Big and hairy indeed
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7 Ways to Minimise Change Resistance

Resistance to Change by FLIMP Studios & Joanne Rinaldi. Downloadable PDF poster: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_cBaTEXysglQ2pOLUQ4TWY1c3c This is vide
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We can expect it and learn from it. Those who are brave enough will open up to you, if you just listen and shut up.
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Innovating Pedagogy 2017 – The Ed Techie

Innovating Pedagogy 2017 – The Ed Techie | On change | Scoop.it
“When we started the intention was to make it distinct from the NMC New Horizon reports by focusing on pedagogy. I think, to be honest, in those early ones there was probably a technology focus still, but as it’s progressed it has really moved away from this to more pedagogy, socially focused issues. ”
Via Nik Peachey, Michèle Drechsler, Pierre Levy
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Interesting stuff
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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, December 10, 2017 8:28 AM

Spaced learning, open textbooks, epistemic cognition, intergroup empathy, immersive learning, student-led learning analytics, big data education, autonomous learning in a social context, humanistic knowledge-building communities, son algunas de las propuestas innovadoras en el campo de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje que ha identificado  the Institute of Educational Technology in The Open University en colaboración con investigadores de LINKS (Learning In a NetworKed Society) y el Center of Research Excellence (I-CORE) de Israel. El presente reporte hace una breve explicación de cada una de estas propuestas innovadoras.

melindaannalford's curator insight, December 11, 2017 1:01 AM
Very cool read I like the part about open textbooks 
 
Norton Gusky's curator insight, December 11, 2017 8:59 AM
A UK product that attempts to look at the pedagogy rather than the technology to emerging trends in education and learning K-12.
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Supporting Change through Capacity Development | capacity4dev.eu

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Good links and videos, on capacity for change
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Change Management Risk Assessment

Change Management Risk Assessment | On change | Scoop.it
Change management risk assessment is based on the premise that
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I find it fascinating how differently people define the change risks. Depending on project, it can be seen anywhere between things possible blocking the change from happening - like missing strategy or change sponsorship - to people not understanding the need for change overall or being too anchored in today... to not having money for a proper training environment. Although a bit lengthy and covering a lot of things, this article has some food for thought, and a couple of good pointers to extra reading.
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Embedding Security Behaviour Change | Public Website

Embedding Security Behaviour Change | Public Website | On change | Scoop.it
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If you are working on security topics and/or behavioral change programme, this article and 5E model might be a good read.
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Driving Business Performance with Employee Engagement & Recognition - Summit Recognition

Driving Business Performance with Employee Engagement & Recognition - Summit Recognition | On change | Scoop.it
So, what drives business performance? I would argue that if a company makes employee engagement a priority, they will drive
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Recognition is often ignored but so important to us. Sometimes it is just amazing how you feel energized after a small thank you from colleagues, a word of praise from a client, a gift received in a team meeting or an email from the project sponsor after well done work. As said in the article, you should let people choose. Some would vote for an inspiring outing or dinner with colleagues... Many also crave to get verbal feedback and encouragement to our work from your direct boss, or at least a pat on the back,,, I have seen also a simple email or a personalised thank you card or a well placed word coming from the CEO can do wonders.
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Design Thinking for Change Management

Small workshop on how to use the Design Thinking process to run user-centered change management - such as Agile transformations.
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More on design management, with some ideas for activities per phase, as well. Especially like the value proposition and the reading exercise, ... who cares, what is making it WOW? Can be applied to a project as well.
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Change Management vs Continuous Improvement: Which is best for you?

“ Are you thinking about implementing a change management or continuous improvement approach in your organisation? This article compares the tw”
Via John Swannick
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I agree that the best is combining the two. It is important to identify what type of change you are embarking upon. The timescale an the triggers need to be understood. Also: Dramatic market driven forced change calls for different strategies tha an internally prescribed one. Incremental change done in small iterations, or with little impact on Business processes (or leaving all roles as is) means another approach. Slow-paced one BU evolutions or CI initiatives are not dealt with the same way as real company-wide structural transformations. The big question is also whether the company's overall direction, mission, ambitions, values, culture - and the leadership - needs to evolve as well. We get quickly to the hard stuff there.
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Continuous improvement should always be considered in order to have fresh minds
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What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management | On change | Scoop.it
Poor execution is only part of the problem.
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Focusing on multiple quests is the opposite, as it actually means you are not focusing. It is true, that change management only can be successful if the change - what is to change - is rightly defined. This said, with change management you can't fix it if the sense of the direction does not make sense... or if the overall target is set wrong, on not clear in the head of the directors...but you can make it clear there is a confusion in the workforce and / or misalignment at the board level. And sometimes even people come explain to you they are having quite conflicting targets. Speak up and say it, if that is the case. The CEO should be interested and eager to fix this.
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6 Infuriating Things That Piss off Internal Communicators | bananatag

6 Infuriating Things That Piss off Internal Communicators | bananatag | On change | Scoop.it
“What's worse: No one understanding what you do at work or having no way to prove you did it well? We interviewed 20 IC professionals for our Chuck Chats series and they told us what really gets their blood boiling about internal comms.”

Read the full article to find out more about these six infuriating things that piss off internal communicators:

- No one knows what Internal Comms does - Out-of-touch stakeholders - Terrible or non-existent IC strategy - No measurement and no data - The internal communicator inferiority complex - Bad content
Via Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)
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Some interesting quotes, like explaining all the time and justifying... infuriating it can be indeed... I especially like the part about making noise and blurring rather than having an impact on the business objectives... or getting people aware, not engaged or even understanding,,, Much time spent in internal co. In running after people for content and responding to some urgent last minute requests... or working ad hoc reactive way rather than in a planned way...Makes it quite impossible to work... Also agree on the difficulty of keeping it internal.. ans too often see companies having no real strategy or objectives... or no real effort to do measurement
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Personal Accountability to change in Teams Individual progress team goals

Personal Accountability to change in Teams Individual progress team goals | On change | Scoop.it
“ When we bluntly challenge ourselves to figure out what we can change & can’t, what to lose & keep, we often surprise ourselves”
Via Ariana Amorim, Les Howard
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The person I want to become... this evolves as well
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The New DNA of Change

The New DNA of Change | On change | Scoop.it
Traditional change management won't work in the era of digital transformation. Organizations must learn how to change constantly & cope with the pain it causes.
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Hope you are hungry: here some food for thought. At least my mind is feasting with this read.
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