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Planning & Executing

Why Defining the Scope of Change Management is Critical

How do you establish the scope of change management, and why does it matter? By creating a working...

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Planning & Executing

10 Questions Employees will have about any Change

Managing and supporting front-line employees through change is essential for the success of your...

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Research & Trends, Planning & Executing

Top 3 Ways to Make Changes Stick

Last time we explored what can happen when there is no effort to actively sustain a change (SPOILER...

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Research & Trends, Planning & Executing

Overcoming Passive Resistance to Change

Recently, we talked about what change managers do to confront active, loud and direct resistance to...

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Research & Trends, Planning & Executing

How to Address Active Resistance to Change

I have reached that stage in my life where all my close friends and family members have at least...

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Research & Trends, Planning & Executing

Consequences of Not Actively Trying to Sustain Your Changes

Growing up, my mother constantly struggled to get things to stick with me, a fact she brings up on...

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Research & Trends, Planning & Executing

New Research on Managing Resistance to and Sustaining Changes

This October, Prosci released findings from two new topical research studies, Managing Resistance...

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Building Enterprise Capability, Planning & Executing

5 Questions to Ask to Get Buy-In for Change Management

“Priority is the function of context,” says Stephen Covey. So how do you position the value of...

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Planning & Executing, Getting Started

The 4 C's of a World-Class Change Manager

You’ve probably heard about the four C’s of diamonds: color, clarity, cut and carat weight....

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