Change Management

Transformation Management vs. Change Management
04/04/2016
Samuel Townsel's picture
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Samuel Townsel

Change management is a term that has been used in the industry to describe an organizational or individual change to achieve a required business outcome. Recently, a new buzzword has started to make its way into the arena by the name of transformation management. People have and will continue to use the two terms to be one in the same, but they really do mean different things. So what are the differences?

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Change, Easier Said than Done
04/07/2015
Steven McKissick's picture
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Steven McKissick

A Couple official definitions of “Change Management” are:

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Change is Coming... Whether You're Ready or Not
08/06/2014
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John Schaffer

The days of summer are nearing their end for my three children. All three will be starting new schools this year, and the most concerned is my daughter, who will be entering into junior high. She’s reasonably nervous-excited, as you’d expect of any incoming junior high student. She’s concerned about the unknown and how she will navigate through all of the new features of being in a new peer group and new school.

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Enhancing ROI Through Storytelling
03/28/2013
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Susan Spiers

I sat with an EBiz Corporate Real Estate client last week, attending process workshops where thirty-five global leaders discussed and agreed upon various processes they would use to execute projects. As they were deep in conversation I started thinking about what it would take to implement these standardized processes on an enterprise level.

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Communication vs. Engagement
07/17/2012
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Richard Jordan

First let me make a shameless last minute plug for MAKING CHANGE STICK- The Key to Success with ANY Transformation, our webinar that was held on 07/17/2012, and you can click here to access the recorded version.

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What the Laws of Change Management Mean to You
07/11/2012
Richard Jordan's picture
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Richard Jordan

Here are the Three Laws of Change:

I.  People will continue to ignore a needed change, and resisters will continue to resist.  (Read blog on First Law)

II.  Change is produced when engagement, education and discussion occurs with people. The greater the change, the greater the amount of engagement, education and discussion is required to effect the change.  (Read blog on Second Law)

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The Third Law of Change Management
07/02/2012
Richard Jordan's picture
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Richard Jordan

We all remember Newton’s Third Law from science class:

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

The law itself is actually a little more complicated:

Forces always occur in pairs. If object A exerts a force on object B, then object B exerts an equal and opposite force on object A

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The Second Law of Change Management
06/29/2012
Richard Jordan's picture
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Richard Jordan

The previous post looked at Newton’s First Law, what it means, and what it implies for Change Management.  Here is Newton’s First Law:

A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion.

Here is what it means for Change Management:

People will continue to ignore a needed change, and resisters will continue to resist.

Now let’s look at Newton’s Second Law:

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First Law of Change
06/28/2012
Richard Jordan's picture
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Richard Jordan

Change is a funny thing; everyone does it differently.

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HR, IT and CRE are Aligned. Really?!
06/12/2012
Keith Perske's picture
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Keith Perske

At a global conference recently I heard the head of real estate for a US-based multi-national say, “We have to align with our colleagues in HR and IT to…” and then I tuned out.

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